Basically planes fly because they push enough air downwards and receive an upwards lift thanks to Newton’s third law.
They do so in a variety of manners, but the most significant contributions are:
Explanations showing a wing profile without an angle of attack are incorrect. Airplane wings are attached at an angle so they push the air down, and the airfoil shape lets them do so efficiently and in a stable configuration.
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