Development aircraft

Development aircraft: Any aircraft used for certifying the product.

Empty cabin: Aircraft technically completed but without cabin furnishings.

Flight level: A level of constant atmospheric pressure related to the standard atmosphere. For convenience, these are referred to in numbers which represent hundreds of feet. For example, Flight Level 250 represents a barometric altimeter indication of 25,000 feet.

Flight cycle: A completed take-off and landing sequence.

Touch and Go: A landing in which an aircraft touches the runway and does not come to a full stop prior to commencing an additional flight

Published on June 25, 2019


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