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Aerion is fast, with a top speed of Mach 1.5 thanks to its relatively short, thin, carbon-fibre wings which vastly reduce friction drag, and long fuselage.
The fuselage and body parts of aircraft and rockets are made from advanced materials processed in industrial ovens.
Boeing says that should not negate the duties because Airbus and Bombardier would import fuselages and wings and merely be assembling in the United States.
The length of the nose and cockpit design, which is embedded in the fuselage, both limit the pilot's field of view significantly.
The -300s gained notoriety for fuselage cracking on jets built between 1993 and 1999 that led regulators to require more frequent inspections.
Outside the fuselage, suitcases have been spread out in a line for dogs to check individually.
Making an airplane wider requires a beefier fuselage.
The report said the right wing of the plane separated during the crash and was found about 170 feet from the fuselage.
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Origin and Etymology of fuselage
First Known Use: 1909See Words from the same year
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