Transportation Service - Airplane

Alex Dodsworth

Why Fly?

Choosing to fly instead of driving has many benefits that come along with it. Some being time, scenery, comfort, and that it's the most reliable mode of transportation today. The dictionary definition of an airplane is, a powered flying vehicle with fixed wings and a weight greater than that of the air it displaces.

What Does An Airplane Do?

An aircraft or an airplane is used to either transport people from place to place or to transport goods or services from one point to its destination. It does so by flying through the air due to the force of lift generated by the flow of air across its wings due to the forward thrust generated by its engines.

Different Kinds Of Airplanes

Movement Of People, Goods, and Ideas

Moving People

Anyone can purchase an airplane ticket, unless the price is to high to afford. Airplanes can fit a certain number of passengers depending on the type of plane. People can choose which class they would like to take, for example, business class is the most professional seating class to choose. Airplanes allow passengers to fly from one place to another in less amount of time than a car would take.

Moving Goods

You can ship just about anything by air. Letters, packages, cars, horses, construction equipment and even other airplanes can be shipped air freight. The planes that carry all of this stuff range from normal commercial airliners to humongous jets.

Moving Ideas

People may fly to another place to spread the thoughts and ideas the individual or group my have with other people. They can bring ideas of inventions, work places, just about anything that comes to mind and spread it to the people around them.

Airplane Technology

Airplanes have improved technology constantly ever since the first airplane was invented by the Wright Brothers. Airplanes now have a more sleek design and better engines, landing gear, and some airplanes also often more high tech seating for the passengers. Some could include internet useable on the plane, T.V. screens, customizable chairs, and restrooms (even though most already have those.)