The maximum allowable weight for takeoff.
The maximum authorized weight of the aircraft and all of its equipment as specified in the Type Certificate Data Sheets (TCDS) for the aircraft.
The maximum weight, exclusive of usable fuel.
See magnetic bearing.
The average distance from the leading edge to the trailing edge of the wing.
The average height of the surface of the sea at a particular location for all stages of the tide over a 19-year period.
See minimum equipment list.
Lines of longitude.
A layer of the atmosphere directly above the stratosphere.
See Aviation Routine Weather Report.
See multi-function display.
See magnetic heading.
A strong downdraft which normally occurs over horizontal distances of 1 NM or less and vertical distances of less than 1,000 feet. In spite of its small horizontal scale, an intense microburst could induce windspeeds greater than 100 knots and downdrafts as strong as 6,000 feet per minute.
Airspace established for the purpose of separating certain military training activities from IFR traffic.