heavy jet

heavy aircraft

For wake turbulence categorization purposes, an aircraft certificated for a maximum takeoff weight of 255,000 lb or more. This classification is by FAA (Federal Aviation Administration). The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) classifies those aircraft as “heavy” that have a certificated maximum takeoff weight of 300,000 lb. Also called a heavy jet.
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Polsky will be responsible for overseeing flyADVANCED operations, including the Heavy Jet International Charter and FBO services at Wilmington, DE (ILG) and the Cirrus training center and flight school at Wings Field (LOM) in Blue Bell, PA.
He added that there has been great interest from foreign buyers in the new Su-35 heavy jet fighter as well as the inexpensive and lightweight Yak-130 fighter.
About 40 percent of the world's $100 billion annual deliveries of commercial jets are distributed to airlines via leasing companies, which rent them out for a monthly fee and collect cash advances towards heavy jet maintenance costs.
Air Charter International is seeing the signs of a steady global recovery in the executive jet aviation business as ten delegates from one of the world's leading high end design houses went on a two day tour of the Middle East on board a chartered luxury heavy jet executive aircraft.
One said: "You simply do NOT fly an approach like that in a heavy jet.
At the same time, competitive pressures have caused original equipment manufacturers to fill in market niches identified in the "price-performance" continuum, which further segments the traditional light, medium, and heavy jet markets.
UPS recently announced it has launched a major "fuel conservation program" for its fleet of 265 heavy jet aircraft that is saving more than $1 million each month in fuel costs while reducing the airline's impact on the environment.
The lower portion of the impact site is entirely obscured in the photo by a heavy jet of water being sprayed across the building's facade by a fire truck.
They custom build elaborate shipping boxes for the odd-shaped, heavy jet engines.
In 1981, Changnon pointed out that the Midwest had grown cloudier since the 1960s and that the greatest changes had occurred in regions marked by heavy jet traffic.
With financial, supply-chain, component and heavy jet engine MRO businesses spanning the globe, GA Telesis is recognized as a pioneering leader in solutions-based services in its sector.