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USEFUL LOAD - The weight of crew, passengers, fuel, baggage, and ballast, generally excluding emergency or portable equipment and ordnance.
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useful load Usable fuel and other consumables plus payload.
US gallon 0.83267 Imperial gallon; 3.785 litres.
USMC United States Marine Corps.
Useful Load: The total weight of the crew, fuel, oil and payload of an aeroplane. A preferable term is "disposable load".
Useful load went up 220 pounds to 1,150 pounds, although some of that was lost to the higher fuel capacity, 81 gallons versus 56 gallons on the SR20.
USEFUL LOAD - Volumetric capacity of the aircraft, disregarding weight.
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YANKEE - Any pilot who has to ask New Orleans tower to "Say again".
Useful load (or Disposable load): The difference between gross take-off weight and basic weight empty. It is, in other words, all the load which is removable, which is not permanently part of the airplane.
Maximum Ramp Weight - (minus) Basic Operating Weight
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Useful Load - Volumetric capacity of the aircraft, disregarding weight of cargo.
Up - A chant used by pilots taking off from Colorado Springs, who want to discover the meaning of life.
PAYLOAD - The useful load of an aircraft cargo, passengers; in a military aircraft, its weapon load.
PITCH - The angle of incidence at which a propeller blade or rotor blade is set.
This weight is calculated by subtracting the weight of the fuel load (useable fuel quantity x 6 lbs/gal) from the published useful load. The weight of pilot, passengers and luggage cannot exceed the full fuel payload capacity.
The airplane has a solid 1000-1100 pound useful load and cruises at 120 knots plus while climbing at least 25-30% faster than a C-172 .
Gibbs' Cutlass, which he bought new in 1981 and qualifies as a low-time 172RG with only 2,368 hours on the tach, has a basic empty weight of 1,701, resulting in a useful load of 849 pounds.
Ultralight Pilot: An oxymoron.
Useful Load: Volumetric capacity of the aircraft, disregarding weight of cargo.
Up: A chant used by pilots taking off from Colorado Springs, who want to discover the meaning of life.
It carries the useful load in a fuselage producing lift. An modern example is Boeing X-48. One of the earliest aircraft using this design approach is Burnelli CBY-3, which fuselage was airfoil shaped to produce lift.
It has very good load-carrying ability; more than half of the legal max gross weight is useful load. Even allowing for a bantamweight pilot and a modest amount of fuel, you can imagine flying it at half of max gross weight.
The STOL CH 701 offers excellent off-airport performance in a lightweight and very economical two-seat design that is easy and fun to fly, while the new STOL CH 801 is a true sport utility vehicle, with 1,000 lbs useful load.
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