flight range

flight range

the distance that an insect or bird is capable of flying. An important factor in the spread of disease by vectors or mechanical spreaders.
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The workhorse aircraft has been given high marks for its payload carrying capability, operational versatility, flight range and the capability of operating from short airfields.
GrandView's Phenom 300 jets offer unmatched reliability and its nonstop flight range and cabin sizes far exceed similar jets in the light jet category.
It has a maximum flight range of 4,500 km (2,800 miles) and a maximum take-off weight of 53.
They can also be used with existing sea-launched cruise missiles with the flight range of up to 2,500 km [1,550 miles].
With an 814-kilometre flight range, the aircraft has a maximum speed of 268 km per hour and a service ceiling of 22,000 feet.
Mini drones typically have flight time below 30 minutes and flight range less than 5 kilometers.
The TF-X, with fold-out wings, twin electric motors and a computer controlled 500-mile flight range, featured in June's Top Gear magazine.
In a practical sense, they have to explain to residents where it's going to be flying, its flight range, and other details so if we see drones flying outside our window, we know," Taleb said.
Costing $1,500-$5,000, depending on the model, anyone can buy a "toy" drone, with a whole range of capabilities, including one that can carry a payload of more than one kilo, has a flight range of up to one kilometer and is able to stay aloft for half an hour.
The pilot will bring the power levers aft out of the flight range and into the ground range as the copilot raises the arresting hook and folds the wings.