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I don't have a problem, just a curiosity question. I am a GA pilot who only flies to Europe once or twice a year. On the occasions I have been flying in Europe I have always found the skies, in general, to be cloudier than in the U.S. I seem to recall reading about real world aviation and that this was not unusual for Europe. Why?

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Small continent, lots of water around, so more humid air and the alps as condensation point.It alser means milder, more balanced climate than large continental bodies.

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Small continent, lots of water around, so more humid air and the alps as condensation point.It alser means milder, more balanced climate than large continental bodies.
Thank you :( Makes sense when you think about it.

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