A tailess aircraft will almost always have a 'canard' system.
This is almost the same flying technique.
An aircraft is designed to fly in 'air' there is no 'air' in space.
A properly designed aircraft most certainly can fly into the air.
An aircrew are the people who fly an aircraft
A tailess cat has no tail or only a small stump. This can occur in certain breeds. Or, it can result from an injury in which the tail needed to be removed.
No, airports are a place where aircraft fly to and from.
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Commercial, jet engined aircraft, such as the 747, fly at approximately 40 000 feet. Propeller aircraft fly at lower altitudes
aircraft is based on the third law of motion and thurst.
Yes, you need a licence to fly an aircraft.
it depends what kind of aircraft you fly
Because without an aircraft, we can't fly.
Yes, many aircraft can fly in the stratosphere.
Dogs do not fly unless they take a ride in an aircraft.
Yes. Almost everyone can fly in an aircraft.
If you are in an aircraft, yes.
Aircraft fly in the troposphere because the stratosphere is where the clouds are. Here all the weather fronts take place. So, to avoid major turbulence, aircraft fly here.
The maximum height flown by an aircraft is 37650m(123524ft). The aircraft is Mig-25 Foxbat.
The first turbojet aircraft to fly was the Heinkel He 178
If you mean can a cat fly on it's own, then the answer is no. If you mean can a cat fly in an aircraft the answer is yes.
They are an important part of the aircraft that makes it fly. There are many other parts without which the airplane cannot fly.
Most aircraft fly in the 'Troposphere' which exist up to approximately 55,000 feet. After that is the' stratosphere' which only a few military aircraft fly in.
well i am a Prof and let me tell you i get this question ALOT an aircraft can fly at 5501 g if it has ALOT of DRAG 11253 percent
an engine-less aircraft is more likely to glide than fly. It may gain altitude by riding on updrafts though.
Any aircraft can fly as long as it can produce enough lift from the wings to overcome the weight. Additional to that the aircraft needs to be of airworthy status
Hard compared to what? It's all about learning. I can fly a rotary aircraft but can't fly a fixed wing to save my life. There's a big difference in the overall feel of the aircraft.
Depends on the speed of the aircraft!
it depends what aircraft it is and how much fuel it can hold
Aviators are pilots and fly aircraft.
they could fly it.
There is no such aircraft.
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Most aircraft fly in the lowest layer, the troposphere.
Because that is where the air is denser and aircraft fly better.
Yes, of course the Boeing 787 can fly. It is an aircraft (airplane)!
Usually EasyJet fly the Airbus A318 to Cyprus
Man. We can't fly, but we have flying machines like aircraft.
Most aircraft do not travel in the stratosphere. Some military and passenger jets fly in the stratosphere, but most aircraft fly in the troposphere, below the stratosphere.
Only specialized aircraft fly in space - airplanes are not pressurized or shielded the way rockets and the space shuttle are, so they can't go into space.
The first aircraft to have wings was the Wright Flyer, the first aeroplane to fly in 1901.
I would have thought this was obvious... Aircraft failiure?
It depends on what aircraft you are talking about. An F-16A can go 1,500 mph.
Without this part Aircraft can fly..Egg..engine cowling, Fairings Etc.
These days passenger jet aircraft are the norm
A peregrine falcon, in a dive can exceed 200 mph. A human being, in a commercial aircraft can fly at over 500 mph. Pilots in combat aircraft fly a lot faster.
I am sorry you are under a misapprehension, it is aircraft that fly, not AIRPORTS.
varies on aircraft size
An aircraft that cannot fly.
Helicopters, the Harrier jumpjet.