6. London to Glasgow
Since we’ve already talked about London’s infamously foul weather, it shouldn’t be too much of a surprise to see us mentioning it, especially when it comes to traveling to another place in the British Isles.
While the political climate between London and Glasgow is occurring for completely different reasons, it has nothing to do with the natural turbulence that affects air traffic between the two of the most populous cities in the British Isles.
The rainy, windy, uncertain weather conditions that strike the UK and make London a turbulent spot to fly into are doubled here, making this flight path one of the worst for turbulence in Europe.