maximum takeoff weight


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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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Precision agriculture: Beyond the domain of small UAS" by Lav Khot and Jianfeng Zhou focuses on an agricultural application of mid-size UAS with a maximum takeoff weight of 207 lb (94 kg), far above the FAA-specified 55 lb (25 kg) threshold for sUAS.
The maximum takeoff weight module estimates each aircraft component weight by applying many formulae of different methodologies and trying at the same time to avoid using any formulae that have less important variables which may not be available in the early stages of aircraft design.
The maximum takeoff weight and landing weights may be limited by structural and/or aircraft performance requirements.
That's because it is: at 22 meters (73 ft) long and with a maximum takeoff weight of 34.
The maximum takeoff weight is 75 kilograms, with a speed of 740 kilometers per hour.
The G650's takeoff balanced field length decreased to 5,858 feet (1,786 m) from the original 6,000 feet (1,829 m) at the aircraft's maximum takeoff weight of 99,600 pounds (45,179 kg).
John Leahy, Chief Operating Officer Customers of Airbus, said: "Airbus of Airbus has decided to offer a further enhanced version of the popular A330 airliner by increasing the maximum takeoff weight capability to 240 metric tonnes.
With a maximum takeoff weight of 270 kg, the Hoverbike is estimated to reach an airspeed of 278 km/h and travel 148km on a primary tank of fuel at 80knts cruise, according to his website.
The aircraft, which is due to enter service at the end of 2010 with a range of up to 1,691 nautical miles and maximum takeoff weight of 41,640kg, has notched up firm orders with carriers including Adria Airways and Brit Air.
With a cargo capacity of about 19 tonnes and a maximum takeoff weight of 72, the aircraft will need more powerful turbofan engines than the ERJ-190's current 20,000 lb-thrust GE CF34-10Es.
The plane, a certified light sport aircraft, has a maximum takeoff weight of 1,140 pounds.
As one of the largest aircraft ever mass-produced, the Condor boasts a maximum takeoff weight of 864,200 lb.

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