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 minister added that the flight range of Tu-160 aircraft exceeded 13,000 kilometres when combat tasks had been performed from the Mediterranean Sea.
There are plenty of stops in Canada, but they're off the circle route with a greater flight range.
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.
Aeroflot will receive the additional SSJ-100s in full specification, able to accommodate 87 passengers in a spacious dual-class configuration (12 seats in business and 75 in economy) and with a flight range of 2,400 km.
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.
Among the advantages of the new aircraft is economic fuel consumption- about 200 liters per hour, flight range - 715 km.
The carrier said the A320neo, which will replace the A320ceo, has a longer flight range "which will enable Tigerair to fly to new and promising destinations".
They differ chiefly by flight range, varying from 3,350 to 5,950 nautical miles.
With a maximum gross payload capacity of 127,100 pounds, the medium wide-body 767 Freighter has a flight range of 2,922 nautical miles (3,362 statute miles).
The remote-controlled aircraft weighs about 680 grams, can fly at 56 kilometers (34 miles) per hour, and has a flight range of 400 meters.
Thus, rather than trying to get close to some ballistic flight range, the G7 programs in the exact data of your round