HOW DO AIRPLANES FLY?

As an airplane moves through the air, the air passes over the surface of its wings. These wings are shaped with a curved top surface and a flatter lower surface, which means that air passing over the top of the wing has to travel a little faster than that below the wing.
This causes the pressure to lower above the wing, while the air pressure below pushes up. The end result is the lift that keeps the airplane in the air.

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