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     When an airplane is changing attitude in flight, it's moving around one or more of the three axes of motion, that passing through the center of its gravity. At the intersection of the three axes everyone is always at an angle of 90 ° relative to the other two.

     The axis that runs from the nose of the aircraft and reaches the tail, is the longitudinal axis, the axis that runs from one to the other wing is the lateral axis and the axis that runs vertically from the center of gravity is the vertical axis.

     The movements of the airplane in each of these axes are called Rolling, Pitching and Yawing. To achieve these movements, airplanes need the basic flight control systems, Aileron, Elevator and Rudder.






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For FlightSimmer.GR
 Giannis Evagelinos