Cloud promixity turbulence

This type of turbulence occurs in the atmosphere during thunderstorms. When powerful thunderclouds form, they create air currents that move rapidly and unpredictably. Additionally, these movements can be very strong and variable, making the atmosphere around the clouds unstable.

It's important to note that aircraft NEVER fly into thunderclouds themselves!

Pilots navigate around these clouds at a respectful distance, and despite this, there may be some minor turbulence on board the aircraft. This is a normal occurrence and does not pose a threat to the safety of the flight.