9Airplanes have windshields just like a car Airplanes have windshields just like a car. Light airplanes don’t need wipers as the propeller blast clears rain away.
10Airplane doors vary from model to model. Top left photo: DELETE CHAINBottom left photo: label: /Canopy/Title: /canopy/ in red (like /doors/)Canopy
11Pilot and passengers sit in the cockpit Pilot and passengers sit in the cockpit. Most light airplanes have two, four, or six seats.TITLE: /cockpit/ in red
12Ailerons on the rear edge of the wings tilt the wings for a turn or “bank.” Left turnRight turnLeft turn1.2. TOP LEFT kicker above new top main photo: / For a Left turn:/3. Need tail-on shot with R aileron DN and left aileron UP4. Reverse bottom photos5. Label new L bottom photo /Left Aileron UP/6. Label new R bottom photo /Right Aileron DOWN/Left turn
13The elevator (on horizontal stabilizer) moves up (or down) to force the nose of the airplane up (or down.)1. ADD: new top photo: Full length of airplane with UP elevator. Add UP arrow at nose of plane2. Fix red paren in TITLE3. BOTTOM PHOTO: Point arrow to elevator, not trim tab!
14The rudder (on the vertical stabilizer) moves the airplane’s nose left or right, helping it turn. Fix red paren in TITLE2. ADD two overhead photos Left/RightLEFT: Left rudder deflection, left arrow at noseRIGHT: Right rudder deflection, right arrow at nosePush left rudder pedal and the plane turns leftPush right rudder pedal and the plane turns right
15Flaps on the wings change the shape of the wing to provide more lift and drag. This allows the airplane to fly slower.Flaps down
16The basic parts of a airplane. The Main Parts of an Airplane1. Propeller2. Landing Gear3. Right Wing Strut4. Wing5. Right Wing Aileron6. Right Wing Flap7. Fuselage8. Horizontal Stabilizer9. Vertical Stabilizer10. Rudder11. Elevator12. Left Wing Flap13. Left Wing Aileron14. Door15. Fuel Tanks16. Windshield17. Engine Cowl