Definition of stabilator in English:


Line breaks: sta¦bil|ator
Pronunciation: /ˈsteɪbɪleɪtə


A combined stabilizer and elevator at the tail of an aircraft.
More example sentences
  • The horizontal tail was a single-unit stabilator rather than a conventional stabilizer plus a movable elevator.
  • The stab amp enables the stabilator, the horizontal airfoil at the tail of the helicopter, to operate properly.
  • Pitch control employs an all-flying stabilator rather than the more conventional horizontal stabilizer and elevator.

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