An airliner is typically defined as an aircraft intended for carrying multiple passengers or cargo in commercial service. When the Wright brothers made the world’s first sustained heavier-than-air flight, they laid the foundation for what would become a major transport industry.
Listing every single component of an airplane is almost impossible. The modern airliners in fact are composed of huge variety of mechanical, hydraulic and electronic components.
You ever wondered how such a large object, made up of all these components, can lift off the ground and fly hundreds of people at an altitude of thousands of feet?
How does the wing rise when it is hit by the air flow?
Coandă effect or Bernoulli effect?
In this video JAES Company will explain how an airplane flies and how the pilots are able to control it, in a simple but very specific way.