cargo door

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Noun1.cargo door - door used to load or unload cargocargo door - door used to load or unload cargo  
door - a swinging or sliding barrier that will close the entrance to a room or building or vehicle; "he knocked on the door"; "he slammed the door as he left"
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The new airplane was developed with launch customer FedEx Express in mind, offering almost twice the interior space of the Caravan 208 plus a large cargo door to support container operations.
Unlike FedEx's current feeder aircraft, the aircraft has a large 87" x 69" cargo door, which will support container and pallet operations.
Some of the Beluga XL's components are provided by external suppliers, including a significantly enlarged upper fuselage, a modified forward fuselage section with a lowered nose and cockpit, and a large forward cargo door allowing roll-on, roll-off loading directly onto the main deck.
With a large side cargo door the aircraft can be loaded quickly and easily, whether the cargo is made up of standard containers and pallets or nonstandard, outsized objects.
Previously when winds exceeded 30 knots they had to halt wing loading as it was too strong for the hinges of the Beluga's large main cargo door.
The freighters include a large cargo door and are marketed by AEI as CRJ100 and CRJ200 Special Freighter (SF) aircraft.
Muhammad Assaf with stevedore officer by cargo door in plane
The 737-700C is a derivative of the 737-700 with strengthened wings, a main-deck cargo door and an in-floor cargo-handling system.
Boothe to hang out the side of the aircraft to maintain control of the cargo door.
Also, ensure the forward latches are fully engaged with the forward strikers before opening the cargo door from the rear position.
At about 1900 Central time, a section of the cargo door separated from the airplane during initial climb.
In June, Gulf News reported on some readers' complaints against Sharjah-based Al Rodah Marine Cargo and its Philippine counterpart, Rodah Cargo Door to Door All Over the Philippines.