maximum take-off weight


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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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Boeing's 777X chief project engineer Michael Teal adds that it is looking at ways to achieve additional range from the -8, which is nominally set at 8,700m based on a 352-tonne maximum take-off weight (MTOW).
As part of a package of enhancements to the superjumbo aircraft, which it will collectively brand as the 'A380plus,' Airbus is to increase the maximum take-off weight of the A380.
The ISSA programme offers entry into an IATA assessment registry to operators that utilise aircraft with a maximum take-off weight (MTOW) below 5,700kg.
All statistics refer to scheduled commercial operations involving aircraft having a maximum take-off weight above 5700 kg only.
Like its above-mentioned stablemates, the Saab Skeldar has gradually moved away from the original Cyb Aero Apid-55 design to morph into a proprietary overall design, and has even changed designations several times since its inception in 2005 when it was called the V-150 to be now known as the 235-kilo maximum take-off weight Skeldar V-200, featuring, inter alia, a larger rotor.
Garuda Indonesia has chosen the latest extended range 235 tonne maximum take-off weight variant of Airbus' A330-300.
Flight movements, the sum of take-offs and landings, increased by 2.7% to 22,041, and maximum take-off weight (MTOW) went up by 14.3% to 720,307 tonnes.
"Our whole thing deals with the weight," he said, adding that every airframe has a maximum take-off weight. "You have a combination between cargo and fuel.
--dependence of the maximum take-off weight on the useful weight of chemicals
It has a wingspan of just over 60 metres, is 58.8 metres long and has a maximum take-off weight of 233 tonnes.
"Furthermore, the aircraft appears to have taken off from Oban 181lb in excess of its maximum take-off weight."
The new tax, which is designed to tackle climate change, will be calculated on the basis of the maximum take-off weight on flights times the distance travelled.

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