An airframe is the main body and structure of an aircraft, not including the powerplant.
an aircraft's main body section that holds crew and passengers or cargo.
Any aircraft's body parts are called the Fuselage,(main body) the wings and the tail section.
a narrow body aircraft have a single aisle while the wide body aircraft have two aisles.
The body of an aircraft or plane is called the fuselage.
Fuselage is known as the main body of an aircraft. This is usually the section that holds the crew members or the cargo. In a single-engine aircraft this is the part that holds the engine.
For which aircraft? Every aircraft is different.
Stow your gear toward the front of the fuselage, please. The fuselage is the aircraft's main body section.
The main purpose of an aircraft propeller is to pull the aircraft through the air. and also to convert the rotational force to thrust or lift.
You probably mean "wide body aircraft". See Wikipedia. [tty]