Why don't the wings break?

November 9, 2018

Have you ever been sitting by an Aircraft window and though;Those wings are flexing a lot, I wonder if that is normal? In todays episode I will be talking about everything wing related, from how they are constructed to if they SHOULD flex and what ultimately might break them.

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