Aviation for Girls


Aviation for Girls is a special annual member publication of Women in Aviation International for Girls in Aviation Day. Articles feature young girls living their aviation dreams, career ideas, and education resources.

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1. COWLING, 2. LATITUDE, 3. COCKPIT 4. DEPARTURE, 5 PARACHUTE, 6. RUDDER, 7. HELICOPTER, 8. WAI, 9. NASA, 10. AEROBATICS, 11. ACCELERATE, 12. LOGBOOK, 13. YOKE, 14. EMPENNAGE, 15. HEADSET, 16. FAA, 17. WING, 18. CANARD. 19. KNOTS, 20. TAXIWAY, 21. BRAVO Aviation Lingo 1 2 3 13 11 14 19 12 15 16 20 17 21 18 8 7 9 10 6 5 4 ACROSS 1. A removable metal covering for an aircraft engine 3. The compartment for the pilot in an aircraft 5. A device used or intended to be used to slow the fall of a body or object through the air 10. Acrobatic maneuvers in the air such as loops, rolls, and others 13. Also known as a control column 14. Gives stability to the aircraft; also known as the tail or tail assembly 15. A set of head- phones, typically with a microphone attached, used by many aviation professionals 16. Federal Aviation Administration 19. Units in which the speed of the aircraft is measured 20. A road leading from the airplane parking area to the runway 21. A "letter" in the aviation alphabet DOWN 2. Position on Earth, north or south of the equator 4. Aircraft takeoff 6. Located at the rear of an airplane and is used to turn it 7. An aircraft that can stay in the air without moving forward and that has metal blades that turn around on its top 8. Women in Aviation International 9. National Aeronautics and Space Agency 11. To increase in speed 12. A record of a pilot's achievements, including fight time, landing, and maneuvers mastered 17. One of usually two long, fat parts of an airplane that extend from the sides and make it possible for the airplane to fy 18. The horizontal surface forward of the wing used to control pitch Do you know all there is to know about aviation? Try to figure out the following definitions, and then find their place in this crossword puzzle. Good luck!

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