Why do air-crafts take-off and land against the wind?
And when aloft, do pilots prefer flying against the wind?
Briefly, the four forces that act on an aircraft are lift, drag, thrust and weight (or gravity). An aircraft that takes off or lands into the wind does so to maximize lift, thus requiring less runway to take off and land.
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