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airsick

sick or nauseated from travelling in an aircraft
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They pitched and bucked in turbulence, and passengers were very airsick.
The student in the front cockpit started to get airsick.
I'm thinking that you and me ought to've found us a flight attendant inside the airport to get us a couple airsick bags before I do what I'm about to do.
After hours in the gliders we would be airsick and we just wanted to get down.
Megan McClung wanted to fly in the Navy but learned early she got airsick.
Although Sassoon and Thomas both felt airsick, it is not clear whether either succumbed.
EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE -- Before climbing into the back seat of a 1,300mph F-16 fighter jet, I was given a piece of advice -- keep the airsick bag tucked in at the top of my G-suit in case I needed it in a hurry.
I shot for so long that the pilots had to set down at a small airstrip so I could clear my head and pick up an airsick bag.
To make matters worse, the flight nurse and medical assistant were hopelessly airsick, and the patients had to be attended to by the flight crew.
Let's face it, when it comes to travelling in style to the sun, even being squeezed between a flatulent passenger and an airsick adolescent in the economy section of a 737 for 2 1/2 hours beats being trapped on a floating vomitarium with an army of boozy truckers and hordes of hormonal Spanish schoolchildren for six.
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.