positive stagger


positive stagger
In a biplane, when the leading edge of the upper wing is ahead of the leading edge of the lower wing. If the leading edge of the upper wing is behind the leading edge of the lower wing, it is called negative stagger. See stagger.

Aviation dictionary. 2014.


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