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maximum takeoff weight

The maximum gross weight, as a result of design or operational limitations, at which an aircraft is permitted to takeoff.
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5 metres, a weapon bay capacity of 2 x 250 kilos and a maximum take-off weight of 6.
The aircraft is capable of climbing directly to its maximum cruise altitude of 41,000 feet, even at maximum take-off weight.
The airline said the surface of the runways and apron at Soekarno-Hatta airport were not strong enough to support a full capacity Boeing 777-300ER, at the maximum take-off weight on the London route.
For full 2010 Flughafen Wien sees an annual increase of 2% in the number of passengers and of 5% in the maximum take-off weight (MTOW).
The Bombardier CRJ705 LR model has a maximum take-off weight of 84,500 pounds (38,330 kg) and is powered by two General Electric CF34-8C5 turbofan engines of 13,360 pounds (59.
The first 242 tonne Maximum Take-Off Weight (MTOW) variant of the A330 has successfully completed its maiden flight, landing back in Toulouse-Blagnac Airport following a 3 hours and 30 minutes flight.
In November 2009 the maximum take-off weight (MTOW) went down 1.
The feasibility study portion of the project is in its final stages and Irkut informs that the TTA will have a maximum take-off weight of 55 tonnes, a top range of 6000 km, can carry 82 soldiers or 74 paratroopers and its cargo cabin will be almost 3.
Nouzha Airport, although having undergone extensive runway renovations between 2000 and 2001, operated with a maximum take-off weight restriction which will not apply at Borg el Arab.
at ISA+20AC conditions; one engine inoperative (OEI) hover performance, which ensures safety during hoisting for search and rescue missions; and extensive power reserve ensuring heli-deck performance (PC1) at maximum take-off weight in ISA+20AC conditions.

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