- loading chart
- A chart, graph, table plan, or the like showing the capacity of an aircraft, the method of loading, the plan of loading, etc. A loading chart pertains to checklists, balance records, and clearances for weight and balance.A typical load chart in respect of crew. Similar details are filled for the passenger, other payload, aircraft fuel, lubricants etc to calculate the center of gravity location.Load chart indicating the weight of all items on a light aircraft. Loading chart is prepared based on this data.
Aviation dictionary. 2014.
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