Airplane Reduced Wingspan
AIRCRAFT WINGS WITH REDUCED WINGSPAN
An aircraft wing device having one or more numbered wing sets, each wing set further comprising: one or more internal wings, one or more external wings and a transition unit. The internal wings are used to structurally connect the wing set with the main aircraft body, and the external wings are capable of being positionally adjusted and maneuvered by way of vertical, horizontal, or angular movement. The device not only reduces the wingspan of the traditionally used aircraft wings, but also provides better stability and reduces the takeoff time. The wing sets may be positionally staggered on the aircraft body, height wise for aerodynamics efficiency and lift efficiency.