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Anxious Flyers Find Takeoff to be Most Stressful Part of Flying According to New Survey
Cloud Takeoff offers cloud-based construction estimating, or 'takeoff' application that enables contractors to exchange blueprints and collaborate in real time.
A Kingfisher aircraft had to abort takeoff after another plane was found on the same runaway.
A Niigata airport air traffic controller permitted a takeoff of a Japan Airlines plane bound for Osaka without approving the plane's flight plan Tuesday, the transport ministry said Thursday.
The flaperon is an aerodynamic surface that increases the wing's lift during takeoff and landing - like a traditional flap - and also is used as an aileron for roll control.
The corrections were too late, and the right skid impacted the ground with the aircraft heading nearly 90 degrees to the right of the takeoff course.
In referring to chronic weight problems with the short takeoff and vertical landing (STOVL) version of the JSF, the secretary said, ".
Following the normal brief items and safety-of-flight info, we went over our takeoff computations one more time.