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The main rotor serves to provide lift and propulsion to the helicopter.
The fuselage holds the aircraft together and accomodate passengers and cargo, as appropriate.
The cockpit, at the front end of the fuselage, is the control and command centre, where the pilots sit and all the instrumentation is located.
The cabin serves to accomodate passengers and cargo.
The skids serve to stand the helicopter while on the ground.
The tail boom holds the tail rotor for stabilising the aircraft.
The tail rotor prevents the helicopter from spinning as well as turns the aircraft.
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