In order for a heavier-than-air, fixed-wing aircraft to fly, it relies on the principle of lift. Lift refers to the force that works to oppose the weight of an aircraft while in flight, holding it up in the air. Lift can be produced by all parts of a standard commercial airliner, though a majority is generated by its wings. Lift is directly tied to the movement of an aircraft as it traverses the atmosphere, serving as a mechanical aerodynamic force. As a result, lift exhibits both a magnitude and a magnitude direction, such characteristics being affected by various factors. In this blog, we will provide an overview of lift in regard to aircraft, allowing you to better understand the aerodynamics of powered flight.

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