No.Seat belts are not only for crashes. I have about 1.3m butt in seat flight miles after having a "different place anywhere in the world every week" job for 10 years.Turbulence can be scary stuff. I don't fly without buckling the seat belt. Even with the seat belt sign off.If you're wondering about the frequency of turbulence injuring someone, monitor this site for a week or so:http://avherald.com/Accident: Westjet B737 near Calgary on Nov 5th 2012, turbulence injures flight attendantSome days/weeks it's very frequent.I just wouldn't take the chance.BB
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