Airplane - Fly Airplane and hit the balls
[18.2] (Size 14k - Flash
games require Flash Plug in)
by clicking with the mouse and keep the airplane flying; control
altitude and hit the red balls, the track you should follow.
is any machine capable of atmospheric flight.
into two broad categories:
air aerodynes, including autogyros, helicopters and variants, and
conventional fixed-wing airplanes: aeroplanes in Commonwealth English,
aircrafts in North American English.
Fixed-wing airplanes generally use an internal-combustion engine
and propeller or jet engine to provide thrust, which moves the craft
forward through the air. The movement of air over the wings produces
lift, which allows the aircraft to fly. Exceptions are gliders which
have no engines and gain their thrust from gravity. That is, in
order to maintain their forward speed they must descend in relation
to the air (but not necessarily in relation to the ground). Helicopters
and autogyros use a spinning rotor (a rotary wing) to provide both
lift and thrust. The abbreviation VTOL is applied to aircraft other
than helicopters that can take off or land vertically. Similarly,
STOL stands for Short Take Off and Landing.
air aerostats: balloons and airships. Aerostats float in air in
the same way that a ship floats in water, by displacing the air
around the craft with a lighter gas (helium or hydrogen), or hot
air. The distinction between a balloon and an airship is that an
airship has some means of controlling forward motion and steering
while balloons simply drift with the wind.