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Did you know....

that the word "aviation" which means the design, development, production, operation and use of aircraft, comes from the Latin word "avis" which means "bird"?

 

Parts of a Plane

There are many types of aircraft, one of the most popular being an airplane, or plane for short.  Although their parts are somewhat different depending upon the type of airplane, the parts of most planes are the same.  In the image below, we see the various parts of the plane on a turbine-powered passenger airliner.

 

parts of an airplane plane

Parts of a Plane

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The body of the plane is known as the "fuselage".  This is the portion of the airplane that holds all the pieces of a plane together and carries the cargo.  Cargo may be goods, or on a passenger airliner, it is people.  Wheels are called "landing gear".  During flight, landing gear is folded into the fuselage and is used only during take off and landing.

All types of planes have wings by which moving air produces the upward lift necessary for flight.  Cut into the wings are flaps, spoilers and ailerons which are used to steer and control the plane.  Spoilers are used to slow down an airplane.

The engine of a plane is usually located under the wings.  It is the engine which provides the thrust (power/force) to push a plane forward through the air.  Large planes have turbine engines which may be toward the back of the plane, while smaller planes use propellers at the front.

At the back end of the plane we find the tail and rudder.  These provide stability and control the right and left movements of the plane.  There is also something called an elevator which raises, lowers and changes the direction of the plane's nose.

Pilots sit in the cockpit at the front (nose) of the plane and using the instrument panel to control all the elements involved in takeoff, flight, and the landing of a plane.

 

Did you know....

that some planes carry their fuel in their wings, while others carry it in the fuselage?

 

front cockpit windows of commerical airplane

Airplane - 2
The front windows of a plane are for the use of the Pilot (s) who sit in the Cockpit 
of an airplane and use the instrument panel to control all elements of the plane.

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Commercial passenger jet at loading dock.

Jet Plane - 2

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loading a large commericial airplane
Jet Plane - 1
Commercial airliner 
large jet plane on tarmack
Jet Plane - 3
Commercial airliner 
large commercial jet airplane
Jet Plane - 4
Commercial passenger plane.
spinning turbo jet engine
Jet Plane Engine - 1
Turbo Jet Engine
Airplane-1.JPG (6104883 bytes)
Airplane-1
front cockpit windows of commerical airplane
Airplane-2
front cockpit windows of commerical airplane
Airplane-3
front cockpit windows of commerical airplane
Airplane-4
turbine engine of large jet airplane

Airplane-5
Turbine Engine.

 

interior of commerical passenger airplane

Airplane - 11
This is the interior (fuselage) of a commercial passenger airplane.
Passengers sit in seats.  Above them are light and airflow controls as well as
storage compartments for personal carry-on items.

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interior centre aisle of commerical passenger plane
Airplane-6
Interior central aisle 
interior of passenger airplane
Airplane-7
Interior of commercial airplane.
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Airplane-8
Interior front of
commercial airplane.
folded table tray in passenger airplane
Airplane-9
Folded tray in back of
airplane seat.
passenger light and air flow control buttons
Airplane-10
Passenger light and airflow
controls in commercial plane.
interior of commerical passenger airplane
Airplane-11
Interior of commercial airplane.
passenger light and air flow control buttons in plane
Airplane-13
Passenger light and airflow
controls in commercial plane.
looking at ground from window of airplane
Airplane-14
View from interior window
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view out of window of airplane
Airplane-15
View from interior window
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looking out window of a plane
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airplane window
Airplane-17
airplane window interior
Airplane-18
plane wing tip flying over clouds
Airplane-19
large airplane in sky
Airplane-20
airplane fuel truck
Airplane Fuel Truck - 1

 

Two commercial jet planes on runway.

Jet Planes - 5  On runway.

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Two airplanes on runway

Jet Planes - 6  (Black & White)  On runway.

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Large commercial airline plane on runway

Jet Plane - 7  On runway.

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Jets at airport

Jet Planes - 8  At Airport.

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Commercial airplanes at airport

Jet Planes - 9  At Airport.

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Did you know...

that truckers have also named a tow truck a "draggin wagon"?

 

 

Did you know...

that the word "automobile" comes from the French word "auto" meaning "self" and "mobile", meaning "moving" ? 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Did you know...

that the first car was invented by Ferdinand Verbiest in 1672?

 

 

 

 

 

 

Did you know...

that windshield wipers were invented by a woman named Mary Anderson in 1903.  She called them "window cleaning devices"?

 

 

 

Did you know...

that trains are powered by a locomotive which pulls the train from the front.  Some trains have two locomotives - one that pulls and a 2nd one that pushes from the back?

 

 

Did you know...

that a typical 18-wheel truck can carry up to 80,000 lbs of cargo!

 

 

 

 

Did you know...

that the automobile is the most recycled product in the world?

 

 

 

Did you know...

that the main difference between a "boat" and a "ship" is that boats are designed for rivers and inland waterways, while ships are designed for seas and oceans?

 

 

 

Did you know...   

that a snow plow is called a "salt shaker" by truck drivers because of it's ability to spread salt on the highway?

 

 

 

 

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