Q The fuselage contains the cockpit, cabin, and power plant.
Q The wings are attached to the fuselage.
Q An airplane consists of six main parts: fuselage, wings, power plant, nose section, empennage and landing gear.
Q Aileron is used to increase lift during take-off or landing.
Q The three basic control surfaces are the ailerons, the elevators and trim tabs.
Q The trailing edge is the aft edge of the wing or propeller blade.
Q The elevator is a vertical device at the back of an aircraft used for controlling its horizontal movement.
Q The spoiler is one of the two movable parts in the tail of an airplane that is used to make it climb or descent.
Q The enclose part of an airplane that carries the engine is the engine nacelle.
Q The slat is a long, thin, narrow, flap-like device that extends along the leading edge of the wing for the purpose of increasing lift.
Q The leading edge is the forward edge of a wing.
Q When the control stick is moved forward, the airplane climbs.