How Do Planes Fly?
The science of flight
Aerodynamics Of An Airplane
What gets the air under the wings for flight?
How Does The Plane Control In The Air?
Pitch, roll, and yaw are the three axis’s of controlling planes pitch is nose pointing up or down, roll is tilting left or right, and yaw is nose pointing left or right
Pitch is controlled by an elevator (the "flaps") on the back or trailing edge of the horizontal stabilizer in the tail section, roll is controlled by ailerons (also flaps) on the trailing edges of the wings near the tips, yaw is controlled by the rudder on the trailing edge of the vertical stabilizer in the tail section
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