Nose flap | Article about nose flap by The Free Dictionary
A portion of the leading edge of the wing that folds downward to increase the camber of the wing to increase both its lift and its drag. Leading-edge flaps are used both for takeoff and landing. See also Krüger flap
. Also called a nose flap
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