Flight Plan

Jargon

| Updated on February 19, 2019 Published on February 19, 2019

Stabiliser: The horizontal tail plane of an aircraft used to trim it (adjust its balance).

Structural Load Limitation: Limitation of an aircraft defined by the manufacturer in order to avoid overstressing the aircraft.

TXW: Taxi Weight. Actual weight including taxi and take-off fuel of an aircraft prior to take-off. It is calculated by adding zero fuel weight, taxi fuel and take-off fuel.

ZFW: Zero Fuel Weight is the actual weight of the fully equipped aircraft including crew, traffic load and, if applicable, ballast fuel.

Through Route: The total route from point of departure to point of destination.

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Published on February 19, 2019
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