Wood or steel wedges that are placed on the front and back of the plane wheels to prevent accidental movement.
A commercial agreement in which two or more airlines share the same flight.
A flight in which the horizontal and vertical forces acting on the aircraft are in balance, especially during turns.
It’s used to guide aircraft through the taxiway and maneuvering area, mainly in large airports and/or under low visibility conditions.
The areas beyond the edge of the runway pavement used for drainage, electric fluids, and lighting systems.