landing field


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landing field

an area of land on which aircraft land and from which they take off
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Originally named Mactan Air Base, the landing field was used as an outpost by the Americans until the Vietnam War when it became an air transit point for US troops and supplies bound for the war zone.
Constraint Value Design mission range (km) 12000 Takeoff field length (m) [less than or equal to] 2700 Landing field length (m) [less than or equal to] 1750 Engine-out climb gradient [greater than or equal to] 0.024 Rate of climb at TOC (m/s) [greater than or equal to] 1.5 Fuel volume [greater than or equal to] required block fuel volume Table 5: Results of single objective optimization cases.
Another, that a clandestine landing field and a 40-hectare marijuana field found at Marina Cue would prove that the area, which borders Brazil, is a drug and contraband smuggling base.
An airport evolved from a landing field of hard-sand beach to a more accommodating facility with a hangar, constructed by Works Progress Administration labor during the Great Depression.
The drone will take off from Norddeich Harbour in Germany and will land on the island of Juist, in a landing field reserved specifically for it.
"Renewal of the certificate was granted following the assessment of BIA's aerodrome by the CAA and confirms the readiness and operational capability of BIA and ensures that the landing field is safe and suitable for take-off and landing of international aircraft.
He nursed his stricken plane through the air to the landing field and managed to get on the ground.
Most do, but the 15-year-old boy who hid in one of the wheel wells for the main landing gear on the plane, woke up after it landed and walked out onto the landing field, where he was noticed by the Hawaiian Airlines ground crew and eventually turned over to state child welfare authorities.
Finally, if there's a crosswind blowing at more than 18 knots, I pick a landing field that's wide and long.
The aircraft was on its way to a landing field to pick up two company employees before heading to the south of the country.
As the first major transport disaster caught on film, it attracted spectacular newsreel coverage and Herbert Morrison's recorded radio eyewitness report from the landing field.
The aircraft left the landing field in the result with the right wing and landing wheels coming off.

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