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    Default 05/10/2019 4:50am EDT PEK-DTW DL188

    Already heading back after a short trip to Asia. Thank you very much for the forecast as always

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    Did you mean 5pm on the 10th?
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    Flight leaves on Friday, May 10 at 4:50 pm local Beijing time (4:50 am Eastern). I wasn’t sure how you would prefer me to post that. Thank you very much!

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    Hi, local time is fine, although I appreciate the effort!
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    DAL 188 1700 1754 PEK DTW


    Lightly bumpy takeoff from PEK, lightly bumpy climb, perhaps a bit of light to moderate on climb out.


    Flight looks good until just east of Alaska, unfortunately a turbulent jet stream parked right over the remaining flight path for about half of the Canadian ride, although you may end up crossing the jet stream rather than riding along it since it is twisting towards the south.


    Last two hours looks good, light to moderate near DTW, on descent and landing.
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