Aerophobia refers to the fear of flying or fear of air. It is an abnormal fear of air and gases (particularly drafts)

 

 


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Aerophobia refers to an abnormal and persistent Fear of flying. Sufferers experience severe Anxiety even though they usually realize that the flying does not pose a threat commensurate with their fear.

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