: aerial transport apparatus
that is heavier than air and is equipped with wings and engines.
: device that prevents an aircraft from drifting.
: apparatus used to turn an aircraft.
: tapered rear part of the fuselage.
: device that automatically corrects errors
and deviations, and stabilizes the aircraft.
: device used to regulate the altitude of an aircraft.
: section used aircraft travelers.
: container in which fuel is stored.
: movable flap on the trailing edge of the wing, operated
by the control stick that allows an aircraft to bank.
: rear corner marker light.
: movable auxiliary part on the trailing edge
of the wing that allows an aircraft to bank.
: movable part on the trailing edge of the wing of
an aircraft to allow modifications to flight conditions.
: compartment where baggage is stored.
: front part of an aircraft.
: cubicle reserved for the operation of an aircraft.
: small, round, sealed window.
: gas turbine engine, the turbine of which is
activated by exhaust gases.
: each of two lateral planes of an aircraft, which provide
lift and balance.
EN : Aircraft
FR : Aéronef
ES : Aeronave
An aircraft is a vehicle or craft which
is able to fly through the air or through any other atmosphere. Aircraft
fall into two broad categories: Lighter-than-air, called aerostats,
and heavier-than-air, called aerodynes.