planeload

plane·load

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

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

planeload

plane-load [ˈpleɪnləʊd] ncargaison f aérienne
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planeload

nFlugzeugladung f
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However, except for one planeload of relief material,-Pakistan to date has not accepted the Indian offers.
Perez spent $250,000 to charter a Boeing 737 and purchase a planeload of relief supplies at a local Costco.
* Afghanistan, December 2001: First corporate humanitarian planeload of food and emergency supplies delivered to orphans in Kabul, Afghanistan.
Another two flights from Toronto to Britain were also axed,and a planeload of passengers aboard a Virgin Atlantic jet bound for New York was turned back to Heathrow.
immigration authorities deported a fourth chartered planeload of Pakistani nationals.
Varig, Latin America's largest airline, stranded a planeload of passengers in a brouhaha over unpaid fuel bills--just one incident in a series plaguing the heavily indebted company.
On October 3, Air France will deliver a planeload of French dancers, all of the Ballets de Paris, at Idlewild Airport.
Perot has spoken of how Alberthal first won attention in 1969, for his role in sending a planeload of medical supplies and presents to American prisoners of war in Vietnam.
they just started coming here by the planeload," said Kaminski.
KUWAIT -- A planeload of relief supplies has been dispatched to the Yemeni island of Socotra to aid the islanders who have been suffering from hard living conditions.
WASHINGTON: The US says it paid $1.3 billion to Iran in January from a little-known fund for resolving international disputes, two days after allowing a planeload of cash to fly to Tehran.
While we have difficulties with our own government about traveling to Pagasa, the Chinese are bringing in by the planeload as many people as they can.