Max Takeoff Weight

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Takeoff/Go-around Switches - Takeoff
... This is done to prevent flame-out on takeoff due to compressor stall ... wind speed, temperature, and most importantly the weight of the aircraft ... were performed by the pilots before a takeoff ...
Vertical Takeoff - Rocket Launch
... A rocket launch is the takeoff phase of the flight of a rocket ... Launches for orbital spaceflights, or launches into interplanetary space, are usually from a fixed location on the ground, but may also be from a floating platform such as the San Marco platform, or the Sea Launch launch vessel ...
Cessna 425 - Transition To Conquest I
... having complaints such as it needed more room in the cabin or the max takeoff weight wasn’t high enough ... Essentially, the upgrades increased max takeoff weight ... Designers increased the max takeoff weight in 1983 from 8,200 pounds up to 8,600 pounds, allowing the plane to take off with more weight on board ...
List Of United States Marine Corps Acronyms And Expressions - V
... Program, getting out of the Marine Corps early VTOL – Vertical TakeOff/Landing, takeoff and landing technique that does not need a runway to become ... V/STOL – Vertical/Short Takeoff and Landing, a type of aircraft that can perform STOL, STOVL, and VTOL ...
Mervin Monroe - Boobarella
... Her character is a takeoff of Elvira, a character portrayed by Cassandra Peterson, herself a takeoff of Vampira ... Her name is probably a takeoff from Vampirella and the 1968 cult science fiction/fantasy/horror film Barbarella, which stars Jane Fonda in the title role ...

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