STOL

Short take off and landing characteristic aircraft requiring shorter than normal runway lengths.

STOL

A short takeoff and landing (STOL) aircraft is an aircraft with short runway requirements for takeoff and landing. Many STOL-designed aircraft also feature various arrangements for use on runways with harsh conditions (such as high altitude or ice). STOL aircraft, including those used in scheduled passenger airline operations, have also been opera...
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STOL

(Acronym for short takeoff and landing) aircraft fitted with special devices on the wings (such as sucking flaps) that increase aerodynamic lift at low speeds. Small passenger and freight STOL craft are commonly used in difficult terrain; STOLports (airports designed for STOL aircraft) are rare, but a notable example is London City Airport, loc...
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STOL

[Naval Acronyms and Slang] Short Take Off and Landing
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Stol

[Serbia] Stol (Serbian Cyrillic: Стол) is a mountain in eastern Serbia, near the town of Bor. Its highest peak has an elevation of 1,156 meters above sea level. Like nearby Veliki Krš and Mali Krš, Stol has a number of pronounced karst formations. There is a mountain hut with around 35 beds, maintained by the mountaineering society `C...
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STOL

abbreviation: Short Take-Off and Landing
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stol

Short Take Off and Landing Describes an aircraft with special high-lift devices to keep the take off or landing run as short as possible
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STOL

Short Take-Off and Landing.
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STOL

Short Take-Off/Landing, type of aircraft that needs only a short runway to become airborne.
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STOL

Short Takeoff and Landing
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