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airsick

(âr′sĭk′)
adj.
Suffering from airsickness.

airsickness

(ar'sik?nes)
A form of motion sickness marked by dizziness, nausea, vomiting, headache, or drowsiness that occurs during travel in aircraft. airsick, adjective.
See: motion sickness; seasickness
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18 /PRNewswire/ -- As Labor Day nears, the Association of Flight Attendants (AFA), AFL-CIO, looks through its 46- year history to a time when "the girl next door" served hungry passengers, calmed the nervous and cared for the airsick, and to the present where safety professionals fly the nations skies managing a variety of modern-day problems.
Passengers said punches were thrown when a man in a party drinking at the back of the Virgin Atlantic plane was bumped by a dad caring for his airsick toddler son.
Despite all this flight time, I felt airsick on one flight, and I couldn't understand why.
Instead, Pushing Tin pushes its luck with a disappointingly mushy ending that may have you reaching for the airsick bag.
Aside from our ACO getting a little airsick, the flight to the Grand Canyon went smoothly.
LONDON - Guinness World Records, which has spent the last half-century recording the achievements of others, from the largest airsick bag collection to the hairiest family, is preparing for a feat of its own.
The aircrew in back took care of our airsick Marines.
When you realize that she was actually nauseated every second that she was in the air - she was airsick, always, and she was afraid, it wasn't like this was some easy thing for her - the desire for that state of being had to be deeply passionate and compelling.
We really know how to f**k up a party, a game of two halves at Easter Road - even the chopper pilot got airsick.
In his autobiography, he says he got airsick his first airplane ride but signed up for flight training in a ``flying sergeant'' program because sergeants were exempt from kitchen duty.