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Although aircraft wings are shaped to give the best lift when they are the correct way up they will still give lift when inverted if the angle of attack is modified albeit somewhat less efficiently
a plane generally banks in a turn.
Quotea plane generally banks in a turn. It's the only way to turn a plane, effectively.If you just turn the 'rudder' to left or right, there is so little force to change direction that the plane will just face left or right but carry on (crabwise) in the same original direction.Banking will produce loads of force.