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Conventional Take Off and Landing

Definition/Scope: Conventional Take Off and Landing is the capability of an aircraft to take off and land with substantial length and speed. Primary example would be a conventional plane on a conventional runway.



Acronym:

CTOL

Broader Terms:

Joint Strike Fighter

Related Terms:

V-22 Osprey


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