gross performance


gross performance
The performance actually measured on one aircraft type and adjusted to reflect the guaranteed rating and minimum performance for the entire fleet. It is the performance that has a 50% probability of being exceeded by the performance of any aircraft of the specified type, measured at any time.

Aviation dictionary. 2014.

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