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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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Aiut Alpin Dolomites operations benefit from Airbus Helicopters enhancements incorporated in this latest variant of the versatile EC135 family, which include significant power reserves for increased safety margins during flight and while maneuvering; an improved flight envelope, especially in hot-and-high environments; and an increased maximum takeoff weight of 2,980 kg.
The Falcon 2000S can climb directly to 41,000 feet in 19 minutes and can land at 95% of its maximum takeoff weight.
The medium-sized unmanned helicopter, with a maximum takeoff weight of 757 kg, departed from the flight-test center of Weifang Tianxiang Aerospace Industry Co.
The G650 has also flown at its maximum takeoff weight of 99,600 pounds (45,177 kg) and recently reached its maximum operational Mach number of Mach 0.
2 tones) structural payload at a range of 3,486 nautical miles (6,456 kilometers) and is capable of 630,500-pounds (286,000 kg) maximum takeoff weight.
9 feet Weight: 1,130 pounds empty, maximum takeoff weight 2,250 pounds 2,250 pounds Wingspan: 48.
Our airplanes climb at maximum takeoff weight directly to 43,000 feet and cruise up to 2,500 nautical miles without the need to stop for fuel.
A more evolved version with 115HP and a 750 kg maximum takeoff weight (MTOW) is in preparation for certification in Canada and the United States.
Maximum takeoff weight will be about the same as the high-gross weight-version of the CRJ200 at 53,000 lb.
Supply for the needs of the Body of the Harbor - Coast Guard, the following - 4 medium twin-engine helicopters, brand new, with a certified maximum takeoff weight (MTOW 100%) not exceeding 7000 kg, set up and configured version of SAR in accordance with the provisions contained in the Technical Specifications of the race,- Training for a total of 16 pilots and 32 maintenance technical specialists,- 8 complete sets of technical manuals (maintenance and flight), both in paper and digital format, in English,- Maintenance and logistical support turnkey for one year after delivery, for each helicopter, for an intended flight of 250 hours per year to helicopter.
The dedicated freighter version of the 767-300ER with up to 54 tonnes structural payload at a range of approximately 3200 nautical miles (5930 kilometers) at 412,000 pounds (187,270 kilograms) maximum takeoff weight.
The modification will include the installation of a standard cargo door and an increase of the maximum takeoff weight to 351,000 lbs.

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