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How aircraft fly?

Aircraft fly based on the principal of lift. Lift is the force that pushes a plane up. A wing is curved, which means the air flowing over the top of the wing is moving slower (MORE)

What is an aircraft bunker?

An aircraft bunker is an hardened structure that is designed specifically to protect aircraft. An extreme example is Zeljava Air Base, in the former Yugoslavia, which has unde (MORE)

What is a aircraft hijack?

An aircraft hijack is when a person, or group of people, forcibly take control of an aircraft while it is in flight. Hijacking can result in the aircraft being crashed into a (MORE)

What were the aircrafts made out of?

which aircraft? The first ones were made mostly of wood, canvas, paper, glue, thin steel wires for cross bracing with turnbuckles for setting tension, and a tiny custom built (MORE)

What is stall of an aircraft?

The stall of an aircraft can occur in two ways: 1. Wing stall and 2. Engine stall. 1. Wing stall is when the angle of attack (AOA) of the aircraft is too high (the angle betwe (MORE)

What aircraft are the strongest?

1st Place = P-51/A-36/F-6 = 5,944 2nd Place = F6F = 5,229 3rd Place = P-38 = 3,785 4th Place = P-47 = 3,662 5th Place = F4U = 2,155 6th Place = P-40 = 1,994 7th Place = (MORE)

What is the payload of an aircraft?

The word 'Payload' refers to the amount of weight an aircraft can safely carry. This can include anything ranging from produce, dried goods, liquid goods, merchandise, armamen (MORE)