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Business Listing   A C Aviation Services LLC - Nashua, NH - Phone: (603) 578-3330


Business Listing   Aerial Advantage Aviation - Nashua, NH - Phone: (603) 598-3180


Business Listing   Aero Insurance Inc - Nashua, NH - Phone: (603) 883-0033


Business Listing   Air Direct Airways - Nashua, NH - Phone: (603) 882-5606


Business Listing   Alpha Flying Corporation - Nashua, NH - Phone: (603) 579-4732


Business Listing   Daniel Webster College - Nashua, NH - Phone: (603) 577-6500


Business Listing   Edmonds Aircraft Service Co - Nashua, NH - Phone: (603) 598-4740


Business Listing   Gate City Air - Nashua, NH - Phone: (603) 886-4757


Business Listing   GFW Aeroservices - Nashua, NH - Phone: (603) 883-6372


Business Listing   GFW Aviation Maintenance - Nashua, NH - Phone: (603) 595-0232


Business Listing   Harvest Aviation Services LLC - Nashua, NH - Phone: (603) 882-1113


Business Listing   Hobby Etc Inc - Nashua, NH - Phone: (603) 595-8549


Business Listing   Keyson Aircraft Refinishers - Nashua, NH - Phone: (603) 595-1888


Business Listing   Keyson Airways - Nashua, NH - Phone: (603) 598-4526


Business Listing   O I A Air Corporation - Nashua, NH - Phone: (603) 883-6040


Business Listing   River Run Projects LLC - Nashua, NH - Phone: (603) 577-8883


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Helpful Definition for: Aircraft

An 'aircraft' in Nashua can be termed as a vehicle which has been created in such a way so that it can glide through the air easily. The aircraft travels through air, defying gravity by the mechanism of aerodynamics. Airplanes, helicopters, hot air balloons, etc., are different variations of aircraft. Even rocket planes and cruise missiles can be labeled as aircraft.

Aircraft can be categorized as manned and unmanned. Airplanes, helicopters, etc., which have a crew to guide its movement are said to be manned aircraft and missiles, rocket planes are said to be unmanned as they are totally remote-controlled and do not have any human being inside these aircraft.

Classification of aircraft in Nashua is done on the basis of different criteria like the propelling force, lift-type, and usage.

- On the basis of types of lift, they can be categorized into aerostats, aerodynes, fixed wing, etc.

- On the basis of propulsion, they can be classified as powered and unpowered.

- On the basis of usage, they can be classified as military, commercial, civil, and general.

Gliders, jet planes, helicopters, airplanes, propellers, balloons, sea planes, flying boats, etc, are various types of aircraft which are used to fulfill different purposes. The airplanes are the most popular among these aircraft. Airplanes are used by the common people in a major way for travelling from one place to another by air.

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