airsick


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Synonyms for airsick

experiencing motion sickness

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With his lack of training and already airsick, we found ourselves at about 60 degrees angle-of-bank, which ended his time at the controls.
As a roller coaster junkie, I scoffed at the idea of filling up an airsick bag.
Let's face it, when it comes to travelling in style to the sun, even being squeezed between a flatulent German and an airsick adolescent in the economy section of a 737 for two-and-a-half hours beats being trapped on a floating vomitarium with an army of boozy truckers and hordes of hormonal Spanish schoolchildren for six.
First he flew us to Astoria in a small plane - and I tend to get airsick," James said wryly.
It is possible for aircrew to become airsick in some situations in which there is neither motion nor aural simulation, but where the eyes are totally deceived.
Throughout the years, the Queen Mother was often seen nipping in and out of helicopters and she was never airsick.
BEFORE starting the project Nicola had been very excited about the helicopter, but apprehensive at the same time: Not because of any fears of personal safety but that she might be airsick, or find it difficult to do pieces to camera while flying.
A number of the 40 passengers and one cabin crew member were airsick as the pilots battled to safely land the ATR72 aircraft operated by CityFlyer Express.
The survey crew also recorded the time of the observation, whether any of the crew was airsick, which crew member first observed the group, and the geographic coordinates of the location as estimated by LORAN-C.
I NEVER feel airsick until that awful moment when they ask: 'Chicken or beef?
But remember, it's a volatile sector that can plunge just as steeply as it has skyrocketed, so keep the airsick bags handy.