The fuselage (main part), wings, tailfin, engines, and cockpit.
The fuselage of an airplane is the body of the airplane so it would be the main part of the plane and holds everything together. It is in a long tube shape so it can be aerodynamic.
A fuselage is the main part of an airplane. The fuselage is what holds and carry passengers, crew and cargo during a flight.
The fuselage is the part of the airplane that contains the cabin and has the wings, tail and engines bolted to it. The fuselage carries the plane's load, and it's why people buy airplanes in the first place.
The two wings of the airplane are made of aluminum.
A Monoplane is a airplane with one main wing. This has been the dominate design for planes since the 1930's.
An airplane parks on the part of the airport known as the "ramp" or "apron"
It part of the tail.
Wing is a noun; and airplane is a noun being used adjectivally.
Bus, Train, and Airplane
The wing spar. The spar is the main structure of the wing that supports the load of the entire airplane. All the loads go through the wing into the wing spar and down to the center of it, which is called the "wing box". (You could call this the most important part,)An airplane may fly without its engines. It might be able to fly without its flight controls. But it can not fly if the wing spar breaks.
Usually the engine is heaviest.
The PILOT is considered part of the CREW. The PROPELLER is a part of the actual aircraft.
It is the main body of an airplane and does not include the wings and wheels etc.
The engine creates thrust.