basic weight of aircraft

The weight that includes all fixed operating equipment, fixed furnishings, trapped fuel and oil, and water or other coolant in the radiator (if any), to which it is only necessary to add the variable or expendable load items, such as bombs, parachutes, and fuel for various missions.

Aviation dictionary. 2014.

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