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airsickness:

see motion sicknessmotion sickness,
waves of nausea and vomiting experienced by some people, resulting from the sudden changes in movement of a vehicle. The ailment is also known as seasickness, car sickness, train sickness, airsickness, and swing sickness.
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airsickness

[′er‚sik·nəs]
(medicine)
Motion sickness associated with flying due to the effects of acceleration.
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In fact, where other photographers would've thrown in the towel after such recurring bouts of airsickness, Sergeant White single-handedly fills a two-man slot on the team and is credited with capturing every promotional Thunderbird photograph taken during the 2004 season.
The 635-mile trip took up to three hours, one way, as the passengers, though better fed and supplied than those lifted by "Cannon," were no less prone to waves of airsickness, making for a messy cargo compartment.
Then, armed with an airsickness pill from his sister-in-law, he strode confidently on to the runway with Colin, a 32-year-old Flight Lieutenant.
They suggest putting diapers in an airsickness bag and disposing of them in a bathroom trash bin.
The ReliefBand, a drug-free, non-invasive device for the relief of nausea and vomiting, is available over-the-counter for motion sickness, including airsickness, carsickness and seasickness.
The situation was sufficiently severe for the squadron's medical officer to fly on a training flight to experience the problem for himself: thereafter airsickness sufferers were treated with chlorobutanol.
Airsickness caused by low-level buffet in aircraft not originally designed for low-level flight is still encountered in the RAF where Nimrod MR2 rearcrew are particularly prone to it for precisely the same reasons.
Even the fun of watching the frigate fire her guns did not help my airsickness.
No wonder there were no lines, no protesters, no one handing out airsickness bags and copies of the Hail Mary.
April 1922 Pitcairn Airlines gives free airsickness bags to