How Does an Airplane Takeoff?

Answer

For a plane to take off, its specially designed wings have to produce a lift which comes about as a result of air moving faster at the top than bottom part of the wings. The air speed difference causes low pressure at the top and high pressure at the bottom hence causing the lift when the plane accelerates.
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