Fuselage

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Fuselage of a Boeing 737 shown in brown

The fuselage (from the French fuselé, meaning "spindle-shaped") is the main body section of an aircraft. It holds the crew and passengers or cargo, as well as an engine in many cases. It is often made out of a metal, such as aluminium.

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