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  1. In a tricycle gear aircraft, it's the speed on the take off roll that you raise the nose. On most aircraft it's a little below the speed actually required to fly. If you watch a heavily loaded airliner takeoff, it may take several seconds after rotation, with the plane nose high with only the...

    4 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 16/06/2013

  2. ...where a propeller driven aircraft is advantageous. For example, how many STOL jets are there in commercial use? None. There's a...

    8 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 11/06/2013

  3. Yes, the Piaggio P136, but they're rare and you probably cannot afford one.

    5 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 14/05/2013

  4. I would suspect that vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) could and would be even shorter than a short takeoff and landing (stol)! If you land vertically you don't need much runway. Definitions do matter.

    4 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 27/04/2013

  5. Use a tie-down that points the nose of the airplane INTO the prevailing wind, and use your elevator locks to keep the elevator in a Neutral or slightly low position. If the airplane is properly tied down, you shouldn't see the tail...

    5 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 12/03/2013

  6. ...standard J-3 Cub really doesn't need a STOL (Short Take-Off and Landing...160 and even 180 horsepower pulling the airplane, the STOL and high altitude characteristics are much...

    6 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 05/03/2013

  7. Actually, during WW2 some of the transports were completed without the superstructure and fitted with a flight deck. They were able to accommodate up to six aircraft and were used to provide air cover for convoys and patrol for enemy...

    6 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 02/03/2013

  8. ...nozzle positions: normal flight, Short Takeoff/Landing (STOL), and Vertical Takeoff/Landing (VTOL). There...

    2 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 18/11/2012

  9. Size wise, the runway is large enough for a C-17 to physically takeoff and land. The PCN (runway strength) for London City is not sufficient to support the weight of a C-17. I've personally seen the aftermath of a C-17 taxiing...

    5 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 13/11/2012

  10. ...control on one thrust vectoring engine. Such an aircraft could even make STOL landings. LETS THINK BIG. LEAP AHEAD...

    5 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 01/11/2012

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