useful load

useful load

The difference between the maximum allowable weight of the aircraft and its empty weight. The useful load includes the weight of the occupants, baggage, any cargo, useful fuel, and drainable oil.
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Composites account for more than 30% of the MC-21, which significantly increases the useful load.
The airplane has an 88-pound baggage capacity (accessed just aft of the third door on the right side of the fuselage), a 50-gallon usable fuel capacity, an 882-pound useful load and a 135-knot cruising speed.
In March 2017, the European Airworthiness Safety Agency certified Airbus upgrade of the H145s single-engine performance, increasing its hover power in one-engine-inoperative mode within the two-minute power rating by adding 230 kg useful load in operations with human external cargo.
Silkway carries out flights more rarely, however the rates for transportations are more advantageous and stable in comparison with Aeroflot," comments Andrey Baranov, the Business development manager, FANS TRANS, "Silkway uses freighters what means greater useful load ratio.
Carrying up to eleven people and able to haul up to 1,800 pounds, the useful load capacity makes the newer Cessna 208B EX Gran Caravan the new "workhorse of Alaska.
Twelve-hundred pounds is the airplane's useful load.
Its strongest card is practicality and the seats can be folded flat to give a long and useful load bay.
The latest Citroen Berlingo is a classic case of how to mix the comfort and looks of a car within the remit of a useful load carrier.
usf] is the average calculated in the period of repeatability useful load power the amount of which in the course of the experiment must be kept constant.
This allows the operator to utilize the increased useful load for additional range, endurance and weapons.
Mr Landsorp said that every Mars One landing will bring with it 5,511 pounds of useful load that would total to 44,000 pounds at the end of eight missions.