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Types of Aircraft Flight Instruments Parts of an Aircraft Principles of Flight At the Airport
Topic 1: 5 This aircraft can fly faster than the speed of sound, and does not have a propeller. Jet
Topic 1: 10 This aircraft has a large wingspan but no engine. Glider
Topic 1: 15 This is type of aircraft without wings capable of vertical takeoff and landing. Helicopter
Topic 1: 20 This vehicle creates lift without an airfoil. Hot Air Balloon
Topic 1: 25 This type of aircraft does not carry passengers or has a pilot onboard. UAV
Topic 2: 5 This instrument is used to determine a plane’s height above ground. Altimeter
Topic 2: 10 This device allows a pilot to communicate with air traffic control and other aircraft. Radio
Topic 2: 15 This instrument shows a plane’s relationship to the horizon. Attitude Indicator
Topic 2: 20 This instrument always points to magnetic north and aids in navigation. Compass
Topic 2: 25 This instrument shows how fast the engine is running. Tachometer
Topic 3: 5 This control surface on an aircraft moves up and down to control pitch. Elevator
Topic 3: 10 These parts of a wing deflect to control roll. Ailerons
Topic 3: 15 Located at the front of some aircraft, this twisted airfoil spins to produce thrust. Propeller
Topic 3: 20 This part of the wing extends to change an aircraft’s lift and drag. Flaps
Topic 3: 25 This control surface moves side to side to yaw the aircraft. Rudder
Topic 4: 5 This force acts opposite of thrust. Drag
Topic 4: 10 This number is used to describe the ratio of an aircraft’s speed to the speed of sound. Mach Number
Topic 4: 15 This is the aircraft’s motion about its y-axis. Pitch
Topic 4: 20 This condition occurs when an aircraft’s angle of attack is high enough to cause flow separation. Stall
Topic 4: 25 This is the speed that the aircraft senses. Airspeed
Topic 5: 5 This long stretch of pavement (also called tarmac) is used to take off and land. Runway
Topic 5: 10 This location is the communications hub of the airport. Control Tower
Topic 5: 15 The airplanes are kept in this large building when not in use. Hanger
Topic 5: 20 Passengers wait for the flight in this building (or buildings). Terminal
Topic 5: 25 Aircraft use these to move from the terminal to the runway. Taxiway
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