Parts of a Plane

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  • 1
    The fuselage is the central body portion of an airplane which accommodates the crew and passengers or cargo.
  • 2
    If the rudder is turned to the right, the airplane will turn to the right. True or false?
  • 3
    If the right aileron is raised, and the left aileron is lowered, the plane will roll to the left. True or false?
  • 4
    Lowering the elevators makes the plane nose go down and allows the plane to go down. By raising the elevators the pilot can make the plane go up.
  • 5
    The yaw refers to the movement of the airplane's nose either up or down.
  • 6
    The rudder is the movable vertical section of the tail which controls left or right movement of the plane.
  • 7
    The pitch refers to the movement of the airplane's nose either up or down.
  • 8
    Elevators control the roll of the airplane. True or false?
  • 9
    The rudder controls the yaw of the airplane. True or false?
  • 10
    Ailerons are located on the outer edge of a wing that move up and down.
  • 11
    Flaps are the movable sections of an airplane's wings closest to the fuselage.
  • 12
    Ailerons control the pitch (the movement of the airplane's nose either up or down) of the airplane. True or false?
  • 13
    The flaps and ailerons are located on the tail of the plane. True or false?
  • 14
    The rudder and elevator are located on the wings of the plane. True or false?
  • 15
    Roll is known as the rising or dipping of the airplane's wing. True or false?
  • 16
    Airplanes wings are curved to help create lift. True or false?
  • 17
    A propeller or jet engine creates drag on an airplane. True or false?
  • 18
    The curved shape of a wing is called an aerofoil, true or false?
  • 19
    Thrust is the forward motion of an airplane and is created by a propeller or jet engine. True or false?
  • 20
    Gravity is the force that lifts an airplane into the sky.

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