What is the difference between how a rocket achieves flight and how an aeroplane does?
assuming you mean a jet plane, the only difference is that the
plane gets oxidizer from the atmosphere around it, while the rocket
brings its own.
both jets and rockets work by igniting fuel mixed with oxidizer. an oxidizer is something containing oxygen, so that the fuel can burn, since nothing can burn without oxygen.
in a jet, this is often kerosene mixed with air. in a rocket, this is often liquid hydrogen mixed with liqiud oxygen.
the jet gets air from outside through air intakes, while the rocket gets the liquid oxygen from a tank it brings along.
Aeroplane doors should not be opened during flight. I think one of the reasons has to do with the stability of the aircraft. An aeroplane inside is isolated from the outside. There is no exchange of pressure between the outside and the inside. Pilots are able to control the aircraft using elevator, ailerons, rudder, spoilers etc. When you open the door, then another fact that need to be controlled is introduced in the equation…
A "vomit comet" is an aeroplane that briefly achieves zero G, allowing people and prospective astronauts to experience weightlessness. In general, 65 seconds of flight will achieve 25 seconds of weightlessness. Weightlessness produces nausea and sickness (vomit) in two out of three people and thus the aeroplane earns it's nickname. Zero Gravity Corporation in the US, will allow you - for a fee (Probably including a cleaning change) - to experience this. See related link…
-To achieve maximum range in level flight, the aircraft must be flown at a speed which produces minimum drag. This however will only be true in no wind. -When flying into a headwind max range will be reduced and when flying in a tailwind max range will be increased. -Single engine flight effects range of the aeroplane because it increases the total drag on the aeroplane so the range is decreased.