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Motored Airplanes

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Motored airplanes are equipped with engines and therefore can take-off from the ground without extra help. These planes are divided into single engines and double engines. There are two kinds of engines: piston engines, turning a propeller, and turbines, propelling the airplane forward through the force of ts exhaust.

Multi-motored propeller-planes work with two or more piston engines and are more expensive than single engines, though also much faster and more powerful. Turboprops are equipped with gas turbines that power the propellers.

Jets are powered by jet engines and can vary in size and range from a small private jet to a Boeing 737.

Single-engine airplanes are the basis of flying. Every pilot, no matter if commercial or private begins flying a single-engine airplane. However, not every “single prop” is the same. There are shoulder winged, low winged, double winged, tail wheeled and front wheeled airplanes.

Shoulder winged ones are single-engines, whose wings are attached to the upper part of the main body. The Cessnas 150/152/172 are part of this family and can be seen at almost every airport as practice planes.

Low winged airplanes have their wings to the lower part of the main body. The wings of a double winged craft are connected through metal parts, thus being stronger than single wingers and more stable. That is why many double wingers are used for stunt-flying.

Tail wheeled aircrafts are planes with two main wheeled legs at the front and a single wheel at the back. As this leads to a different centre of gravity as in most planes, the view of the pilot is very narrow and makes flying and especially landing these crafts a challenge.

With front wheeled aircrafts the main landing gear is situated at the centre of gravity and leaves only a small wheel at the front. This gives the pilot a good view, as the plane’s nose is facing straight out and not upwards. For this reason front wheelers are the most common planes found and are frequently used for training, for they are easier to handle than tail wheeled crafts.