they have wings and engines
The fly and then they shoot (:
Yes some airplanes are jets and no some airplanes are not jets. Airplanes that can fly faster than the speed of sound(break the sound barrier) are called jets.
Pretty easy, if you know what your doing. Jets fly themselves.
Stratosphere and Troposphere
Airline Pilots Generally Fly Jets, More commonly 'Commercial Pilots' Are the chaps that Fly You on Holidays IE. Passenger Jets. Hope This Is a Help = ]
Private jets most likelyt
No. The fastest wind gust ever recorded in a tornado was 302 mph. By comparison, commercial jets regularly fly at 500 mph. Some fighter jets can fly at over 1,000 mph.
They fly in air. High-performance military fighter jets have engines powerful enough that they can fly straight up, like a 'rocket ship'. But aside from those, all airplanes need air in order to remain aloft.
Jets do, not prop planes.
because it has more air.
Airliners and private jets
Walk with these Fly Jets over Boston
Because they are better than you.
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It is not difficult to learn how to fly radio controlled jets. You need to go to school to get your pilot's license. With proper training and experience it would be easy to learn.
This depends on the size of the aircraft. Long range jets can travel up to 6,500 while smaller jets fly around 1500 miles.
Humans can fly (in jets, in plains) but not with crappy wax and feather "inventions".
A Boeing 747 can fly up to 7290 miles before the jets stop and the plane crashes.
Yes. In fact some fighter jets fly faster than the speed of sound.
Mainly Allegiant Airlines and private jets.
The jet is an awesome aircraft that can propel in to the air by aerodynamics and thrust.
I said it is a Astronomer
If you mean fly on thermals like some gliders, NO.
They usually fly at an altitude of 30,000 to 35,000 feet, to avoid bad weather.