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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With seven place seating and more than 2,000 lbs of useful load, the Bell 206L-4 delivers mission flexibility.
He is flying a 1998 Socata Trinidad which, he said, “is a great aircraft due to its nice combination of relative speed, useful load and beauty.
The lower weight and minimal power requirements of the TASE 400 translate into increased useful load, endurance and mission performance.
This impressive weight capability allows the operator to utilize the increased useful load for additional range, endurance, and weapons capabilities.
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.
Although the concept of UASs continues to entice visionaries of future warfare and those interested in limiting Soldiers' exposure to danger, the comparative lift capacity and the organizational considerations for UASs capable of carrying a useful load make the procurement of a new cargo UAS seem ill advised.
The towers are affected by different loads, such as the dead weight of the structure, the useful load (the load of the telecommunications antennas), the ice load, the wind load and the various combinations of these loads.
The Kodiak's rugged aluminum construction combines STOL performance and high useful load.
And while everything from the nose to the rear doors will look familiar to Volvo fans, the V60''s business end has been attractively styled and its tailgate requires little effort to operate, revealing a useful load area.
The vehicle will be able to carry up to 80 kilograms of useful load, Sipahi said.
The S-76D helicopter also will offer an increase in useful load and extended range performance versus the S-76C+TM and S-76C++TM aircraft currently fielded.