Sean Avina
Sean Avina answered heather forster's question

I would like to say that A plane will fly when the pressure beneath the wings is greater that the wight of the actual plane, and what creates that pressure? The speed of the plane. And what speeds the plane? The engines. Just like when you walk up a stairwell your foot pushes down on … Read more

Sean Avina
Sean Avina answered Holly Ramires' question

According to me, When an aircraft takes off or lands into the wind, it gives them the ability to be traveling slower relative to the ground and still have left. Suppose a small aircraft has a stall airspeed, or the speed below which it doesn't produce enough lift to stay aloft, of 50 m/h. If … Read more