aircraft dimensions

aircraft dimensions
The various parameters that define the aircraft size. The length (of the fuselage), the wingspan, and the height make up the overall dimensions of an aircraft, which influence the size of the hangars and the parking aprons, as well as the taxiway side clearances. Typical dimensions are given in the illustration.

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