- An Air Canada flight from Vancouver to Sydney hit unexpected severe turbulence early Thursday morning, leaving 37 people on board injured.
- The flight, AC33, diverted to Honolulu, Hawaii.
- A representative for the airline described the injuries as “minor.”
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An Air Canada flight was forced to make an emergency landing in Honolulu early Thursday morning after it encountered severe turbulence that left about 37 people injured.
The flight, AC33, was traveling from Vancouver to Sydney, Australia, when it hit the unforecasted patch of rough air approximately 1,000 miles southwest of the Hawaii, according to Air Canada. The read more >>>