wing panel

wing panel

[′wiŋ ‚pan·əl]
(aerospace engineering)
That portion of a multipiece wing section that usually lies between the front and rear spars; it may be designed to include either the leading edge or the trailing edge as an integral part, but never both, and excludes control surfaces.
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This relates to wing panel work done for the Airbus A320 and dates back to a decision in 2012 to move some production work to Korea.
A logo on each wing panel also points out the sporty R-line equipment.
Federal investigators said US Airways has repaired faulty wing fasteners on its Boeing 757 jetliners after a wing panel fell off last month.
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The right outer wing panel broke at the attachment point outside the number four engine.
5 tonne trucks fitted with tail lifts ( to carry complete wing panel kits down the hill to another building, for sub-assembly.
He had a hole in an outboard wing panel and was streaming fuel vapor behind.
A block of foam insulation fired from a gun at more than 800 kilometers per hour smashed this unexpectedly large hole in a shuttle wing panel.
Some minor damage to a wing panel was detected,'' it said.
45 million purchase order from Northrop Grumman Corporation (NYSE:NOC) for Outer Wing Panel (OWP) kits.