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maximum take-off weight

The maximum gross weight due to design or operational limitations at which an aircraft is permitted to take off.
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The total maximum takeoff weight (MTOW) of all aircraft handled last year was 170,032 tonnes, up 11.
It offers increased fuel-carrying capacity of up to 165,000 liters and a higher 280-ton maximum takeoff weight and nonstop flights of up to 20 hours.
The long-awaited revamp of Part 23 creates certification levels based on size and performance for airplanes with 19 or fewer seats and a maximum takeoff weight of 19,000 pounds.
The FAA has defined a "small" unmanned aircraft system (sUAS) as a vehicle with a maximum takeoff weight of 55 lb (25 kg).
The Department of Defense categorizes unmanned aircraft systems into five groups based on maximum takeoff weight, normal operating altitude and speed.
Due to soaring oil prices, increased air traffic and competition among air transport companies, and environmental concerns, minimization of aircraft maximum takeoff weight (MTOW) is becoming a critical aspect, of air transport industry.
The CAO said the main factors causing the plane to crash was the pilot's performance, malfunctioning of the engines' control system, and breaching of the Maximum Takeoff Weight (MTOW) limit.
the reasons for aft and forward CG limits, the reasons for a maximum takeoff weight, and the reasons for a maximum landing weight.
The Boeing 737-800 has a 174,200 pound maximum takeoff weight and a range of 3,115 nautical miles, company information states.
It has a maximum takeoff weight of 250,836 kilograms.
We do not believe that the 7779x will be in a position to reduce its maximum takeoff weight.

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