Not only is turbulence annoying on a flight, it can be scary too.
If you re prone to motion sickness, or just want to avoid spilling coffee in your lap, here s where you should try to sit.
According to Dr. Quay Snyder, the president of the Aviation Medicine Advisory Service, start by picking flights on larger planes that fly at higher altitudes if possible.
Otherwise, go for seats that are directly over the wings—usually somewhere between rows 10 and 30.
Seats near the nose, and especially the tail, get the most motion.
Seats over the wing won t reduce motion entirely, but you ll feel a lot less.