Any weight above the value must be loaded as fuel.
A measure of the rotational tendency of a weight, about a specified line,
mathematically equal to the product of the weight and the arm.
Weights corresponding to the aircraft as offered with seating and interior,
avionics, accessories, fixed ballast and other equipment specified by the
manufacturer as composing a standard aircraft.
The longitudinal distance from some point to the zero datum or zero fuselage
The weight of the aircraft at liftoff.
The fuel remaining after consumption of usable fuel.
That portion of the total fuel which is available for consumption as determined
in accordance with applicable regulatory standards.
The difference between the aircraft ramp weight and basic empty weight.
7. MISCELLANEOUS ABBREVIATIONS.
Foot or feet
Pounds per square inch
Rate of climb