Light landing weight, delayed popup deployment or gusting winds are low risk.
What does LAW stand for?
LAW stands for Landing Weight (aviation)
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We have 96 other meanings of LAW in our Acronym Attic
- Livermore Amador Valley Transit Authority (Livermore, CA)
- Local Ad Valorem Tax Reduction (Kansas)
- Local Ad Valorem Tax Reduction Fund
- Left Atrioventricular Valve
- Live Attenuated Varicella Vaccine (immunology)
- Lower Arkansas Valley Water Conservancy District (Rocky Ford, CO)
- Livermore-Amador Valley Water Management Agency (California)
- Ladies against Women
- Land Air Water (various locations)
- Land Attack Warfare (US Navy)
- Language Arts and Writing (course)
- Laser Artillery Weapon (toy)
- Lastabehangige Automatische Wegesuche (German: Automatic last choice routing)
- Lawton, OK, USA - Municipal (Airport Code)
- Lawyer At Work
- Lawyers Against the War (Canadian legal foundation)
- League of American Wheelmen
- League of American Writers (est. 1935)
- Leeds Animation Workshop
- Light Antitank/Antiarmor Weapon
Samples in periodicals archive:
With a landing weight similar to a typical passenger flight, the shorter and more efficient approaches reduced carbon emissions and saved 400 pounds of fuel per approach.
If an airline opts to take advantage of the discount program, the landing fee for a Boeing 777 with landing weight of 280 tons would be reduced to about 100,000 yen from the regular fee of 580,000 yen.
The plane was also over the maximum landing weight, which would have contributed to the crash.
GE Aviation's software package also contains the performance suite Pacelab Mission/SCAP, which supports the assessment of airframe and engine performance, flight profile optimization and the calculation of runway-specific regulated take-off and landing weights, and the aircraft cabin configurator Pacelab Cabin.