The agreement will give Lufthansa Cargo's international sales force and client base access to the full range of charter aircraft through Chapman Freeborn's global network of 35 offices - from helicopters and light aircraft for time-critical freight, up to giant Antonov AN-225 aircraft for heavy and outsize cargo requirements.
What does OUT stand for?
OUT stands for Outsize Cargo (US DoD)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 19 other meanings of OUT in our Acronym Attic
- Office of the United States Trustee (bankruptcy)
- Office of Underground Storage Tanks (US EPA)
- Office of the United States Trade Representative
- Oxford University Students' Union
- Operational Unit Transportable
- Operational Utilization Test
- Osaka University of Tourism (est. 2000; Japan)
- Outlines (Fine Name Extension)
- Transmission Ended, No Reply Is Expected
- Ohio University Therapy Associates
- Ontario Urban Transit Association (Ontario, Canada)
- Osmania University Teachers Association (India)
- Oakland University Trustee Academic Success Fund (California)
- Otago University Tramping Club (New Zealand)
- Out for Undergraduate Technology Conference (sexual orientation organization)
- OA (Objective Are), User, Terrain, Communications, Airspace, SLAP (Solar Lunar Almanac Program) Data/WX (Weather), Threat
- Outgoing Channel
Samples in periodicals archive:
The outsize cargo was nearly 124 m long, 34 m wide and 12 m high with a weight of a whopping 4,891 tonnes.
Worldwide, strategic airlift of outsize cargo is limited to the U.
Our operational readiness to serve outsize cargo aircrafts will assist in boosting the Sultanatea€™s air trade volume levels, as larger quantities of goods can be transported in one consignment instead of multiple carriers with various flight routes, avoiding delays and losses in essential shipments.
Full freighters are used on trunk routes and for outsize cargo.
Table 1: Examples of lifters' capacity for transporting CF vehicles, both present and future, routinely used during international deployments Light Support Coyote Vehicle Wheeled Reconnaissance (LSVW) Vehicle An-124 18 8 C-17 8 5 A400M 3 2 C-130H (7) 2 1 JSS (8) 329 234 Light Stryker Armoured Mobile Vehicle Gun LAV III (6) System An-124 10 6 C-17 6 3 A400M 3 1 C-130H (7) 1 0 JSS (8) 197 >100 (1) Outsize cargo exceeds 83.