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    1. In an airplane the are filled with jet fuel.

    2. Pilots watch their to get an idea of how fast they are going.

    3. An aircraft is the directional control, usually attached at the tail structure.

    4. The pilot levelled his wings in downwind position and lowered his before landing

    5. When the mechanic started the plane engine it didn't get an oil reading on the .

    6. The commander shall ensure that relevant remains easily accessible.

    7. The lever with which a pilot controls the lateral and longitudinal movements is a .

    8. It was amazing, the steward showed me the .

    9. Air France members show the plane's plan in the business class section.

    10. The is an electronic device that receives a radio frequency.

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