The central body of an aircraft, to which the wings and tail assembly are attached and which accommodates the crew, passengers, and cargo.(noun)
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Use "fuselage" in a sentence
"Plus the rest of the fuselage is built in Witchita and Charleston SC."
"One example: an enormous aircraft whose fuselage is actually a full-sized detachable passenger bus, so that when the plane lands, the travelers can simply continue on a road trip without ever having to exit the airplane."
"Its fuselage is made by Bombardier's subsidiary in Northern Ireland, Shorts of Belfast."