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Temperatures impose high costs for the aviation industry

According to a new study from Columbia University,the coming decades will see 10–30% of fully loaded planes being forced to remove cargo, passengers, or fuel,or wait until temperatures drop,to achieve lift off. ( More...

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Highflyer1950 1
Actually, to quote a paragraph from the article, " all other things being equal, the warmer it gets the less weight an aircraft carry" is misleading: it just takes more runway length to achieve the speeds required within the performance envelope.
linbb 1
Well if you followed this web page you would have found a post about high temps affecting AC this summer but since you choose not to I voted your post down.


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