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or by the aircraft manufacturer. According to 14 CFR Part 43 Appendix D, annual inspections will include the following the following sections of the aircraft: fuselage and hull to include the fabric and skin, and systems and components, cabin and cockpit groups, engine and nacelle groups, landing gear groups, wing and center section groups, propeller group, radio group, and empennage assembly
MODULE 4 REVIEW QUESTIONS3for working condition and operation. There are multiple sub-items that fall under each group andis listed in 14 CFR Part 43 Appendix D.2.Describe the different types of flight controls, locations, movement about the axes of flight, and fly-by-wire technologies.There are 2 different types of flight controls which include primary and secondary (PHAK, 2016). The primary flight controls include ailerons, elevator, and rudder. Ailerons are used for rolling or banking movements on a longitudinal axis. Elevators are used to pitch on a lateral axis and is located on the control column in the flight deck. The rudders are used to directthe aircraft in the vertical axis, often referred to as yaw. The rudders are hinged to vertical stabilizer or fin and is controlled by using pedals in the flight deck.Secondary flight controls include wing flaps, leading edge devices, spoilers, and trim systems. Wing flaps are used to are used to create lift in order for an aircraft to take off, or to create drag to allow the aircraft to slow for landing speeds. The wing flaps are attached to the trailing edge of the wing. Leading edge flaps are used to help reduce the nose-down pitching