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Autopilot Descend Radar Thrust Flaps Launch Aloft Engine Propel Propeller End
Meaning: autopilot is a system that controls the plane without human help. Back to glossary
Descend Meaning: descend means going down. Back to glossary
Radar A radar is a computer that can track planes and ships Back to glossary
Thrust Thrust is what pushes planes through the air Back to glossary
Flaps Flaps make the plane change direction,height and speed Back to glossary
Launch Launch is when a plane takes off Back to glossary
Aloft Aloft is when a plane is in the air Back to glossary
engine An engine is what pushes a plane through the air Back to glossary
propel Planes propel themselves through the air Back to glossary
Propeller A propeller spins to push the plane forwards by the air passing through it Back to glossary
Aloft Autopilot Descend Engine Flaps Launch Propel Propeller Thrust Radar.
Aloft Aloft Autopilot Autopilot Descend Descend Engine Engine Flaps Flaps Launch Launch Propel Propel Propeller Propeller Radar Radar.
End show. Definition: Upwards, high up, or in a higher position Return to glossary.
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