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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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.
Contract Awarded for Sopgm capable c-130 cargo door
The flight will be operated by an Emirates SkyCargo Boeing 777 Freighter, which has the capacity to carry just over 100 tonnes of cargo, and with its main deck cargo door being one of the widest of any aircraft, enables it to uplift outsized cargo and carry larger consignments.
The freighters include a large cargo door and are marketed by AEI as CRJ100 and CRJ200 Special Freighter (SF) aircraft.
A cargo door on the space cruiser opens to reveal the scout that features folding wings and working lights.
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.
But she won't be alone: the pictures of her 30-knot 'maritime donut' were taken from the cargo door of her Merlin utility chopper.
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.
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.
SYDNEY: An Australian baggage handler had a nasty surprise when he opened the cargo door of a Qantas passenger flight to find a crocodile roaming loose in the hold, the airline said yesterday.