planeload

plane·load

 (plān′lōd′)
n.
The load that an airplane is capable of carrying.

planeload

(ˈpleɪnləʊd)
n
the total number of people or goods that an aeroplane can carry
Translations

planeload

plane-load [ˈpleɪnləʊd] ncargaison f aérienne

planeload

nFlugzeugladung f
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When he returned home to Texas on June 13, 1945, he was among a planeload of soldiers, including 13 generals.
Jaha and her husband, Vllaznim, to join a planeload of Kosovar Albanian refugees accepted by Israel.
He gave up a holiday of his own to bring a stranded planeload home from Egypt before jetting off to Kos to get another 200 people back to Gatwick.
A PLANELOAD of African football fans pretended to be running out of fuel so they could land in a city where their team were playing in time to see the kick-off.
Defense Minister Moshe Arens announced that a planeload of humanitarian-aid supplies would depart Tuesday evening for the Albanian refugees.
Another planeload to Knock is also due out and the airline has sourced a plane for them.
A PLANELOAD of holidaymakers were stuck in Scotland last night after three attempts to fly them to Majorca ended in fiasco.
I've got this mental picture of a planeload arriving and being delegated to Alloa or Brechin.
SLEAZY crime boss Bergman blackmails veteran thief Joe Moore into the hijack of a planeload of gold bullion.
Imported players by the planeload, and now the FA wants to import a foreign manager for our team.
And for every planeload of 333 unprotected holidaymakers returning from a country where there is hepatitis A danger, one will have the liver disease.
The 24-year-old bravely popped the question to girlfriend Christine Murray in front of a planeload of passengers.