|Quoting CIDFlyer (Reply 4):|
Luckily once we got past Nashville it was pretty smooth after that.
|Quoting Barney Captain (Reply 8):|
Frankly, I'd have been somewhat more uneasy about WN's decision to crank a 733 with a gajillion cycles on up to FL400
I can assure you we didn't. You're putting far too much faith in the accuracy of flightaware - either the type or the altitude is incorrect. The classic's have a max certified altitude of FL 370.
|Quoting 777fan (Reply 7):|
I pulled up the BNA tower on liveatc as their supercell moved in - I thought they were cutting it pretty close but obviously the crews, dispatchers and controllers had a better sense of the situation. There were a few reports of windshear on final and some reports of continuous moderate turbulence (>FL080) and "extreme precip" but at no point did any of the crews seem alarmed or in danger.
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