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History of aircraft development

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Old 11-22-2017, 07:11 PM
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Default History of aircraft development

Airplane (aeroplane) refers to the propulsion or pulling force of a propulsion device with one or more engines, which produces lift from the fixed wings of the fuselage, and heavier air than the air in the atmosphere. Aircraft is one of the most common fixed wing aircraft. They can be divided into jet and propeller planes according to the type of engine they use.
The aircraft was one of the most important inventions of the early twentieth Century, and was recognized by the American Wright brothers. Their flight in December 17, 1903 as "the first sustained controlled flight powered by the heavier air" was endorsed by the international aviation Federation (FAI), and the same year they founded Wright aircraft".
Since the invention of the aircraft, the aircraft has increasingly become an indispensable means of transport of modern civilization. It has profoundly changed and influenced people's life and opened up the history of conquering the blue sky.
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Old 11-23-2017, 05:54 PM
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Default We already know all of this.

Why are you posting this information. We already know it.
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