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One explanation I read:
Because of the wing's geometry, the "upper" side of the wing is longer, so the air has to travel faster:
My wondering: Who said (and what was his/her explanation) that air must travel the distance above and under the wing in the same time?
I'll try to be clearer. Considering the below image, does m1 and m2 meets at the same point exactly at the same time on point T?