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1. fuselage

1.1. is

1.1.1. is thought of as the body of the aircraft and holds the passengers and cargo safely inside.

2. windshield

2.1. is

2.1.1. This is necessary to absorb the impact of birds, insects and other debris that may is located in the front of the plane

3. cockpit

3.1. is

3.1.1. Contains flight controls for move the plane used to operate the various systems.

4. engines

4.1. are

4.1.1. all perform the same basic function of taking the air that’s in front of the aircraft, accelerating it and pushing it out behind the aircraft.

5. wheels

5.1. are

5.1.1. are used to land the aircraft at the time of the flight

6. struts

6.1. are

6.1.1. Its function is to absorb the impact of landing as the plane touches the ground.

7. empennages

7.1. are

7.1.1. the function is to help guide the destination to your aircraft

8. elevators

8.1. are

8.1.1. The function is to move up or down to make the aircraft rise and fall.

9. horizontal stabilizer

9.1. is

9.1.1. designed to provide a downward force (push) on the tail.

10. rudder

10.1. is

10.1.1. help to steer the nose of the aircraft left and right; this motion is referred to as yaw. located on the tail of the aircraft.

11. vertical stabilizer

11.1. is

11.1.1. designed to stabilize the left-right motion of the aircraft.

12. winglet

12.1. is

12.1.1. purpose is to reduce the drag (or air resistance) the wing produces as it pushes through the air. is located at the end of each wing

13. wings

13.1. are

13.1.1. Its shape is specifically designed for the aircraft to which it is attached. of the wing. is also used to store the fuel required to power the engines.

14. spoilers

14.1. are

14.1.1. its function is to disrupt, or spoil, the flow of air Across the Upper surface of the Wing.

15. flaps

15.1. are

15.1.1. improves the lifting capacity of the wing at slower speeds by changing the curvature or curvature of the wing.

16. antennas

16.1. are

16.1.1. There are numerous radio antennas their size and position corresponding to the type

16.1.2. of work each antenna must perform and the frequencies being transmitted or received. located around an aircraft,.

17. slats

17.1. are

17.1.1. They assist curvature of the wing, to improve lifting ability at slower speeds.

18. ailerons

18.1. are

18.1.1. They work opposite to each other, meaning that when one is raised, the other.