Aircraft models can be classified in several ways, including by engine type, purpose, or size. Another less common characterization is the tail assembly, though it allows aircraft to be grouped based on the design of their empennage. Depending on the application, the empennage may feature a V-Tail, cruciform, boom-mounted, or conventional design, but one of the most common across all uses is the T-tail. This intuitive configuration can be identified by the vertical and horizontal stabilizers found on top of the fuselage. Each of the mentioned formats varies in arrangement significantly, and each has certain benefits and disadvantages. In this blog, we will look into the advantages and downfalls associated with T-tail aircraft.
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