NYC08CA115
NYC08CA115

The Boeing 737-700 was at an altitude 30,0000 feet, and on the "PIGLT1" arrival to Orlando International Airport (MCO), Orlando, Florida, when it encountered unexpected turbulence. The pilot flying stated that the turbulence was at least moderate in intensity and lasted for about 10 seconds. The autopilot remained engaged. The seat belt sign was illuminated and the flight attendants were securing the cabin for landing. One flight attendant was thrown against a wall and sustained a fractured ankle. The airplane subsequently landed at MCO without further incident.

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