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In aviation, the Aft Limit refers to the rearmost center of gravity (CG) location an aircraft can safely operate at for a given set of conditions. This particular boundary is determined by design and operational constraints to ensure the aircraft remains controllable and stable during all flight phases. An aircraft’s center of gravity has a significant influence on its performance, stability, and controllability.
The Aft Limit is one of the parameters in the weight and balance considerations of an aircraft, ensuring it does not surpass this point. If the center of gravity moves beyond the Aft Limit, it may adversely affect the aircraft’s stability, especially during critical phases of flight like takeoff or landing. Ensuring the CG remains forward of the Aft Limit prevents potential challenges in handling, especially in pitch control.
A-ICE offers comprehensive solutions to aviation professionals, aiding in the careful monitoring and management of aircraft weight and balance. Utilizing sophisticated systems to ensure that the center of gravity is always within prescribed limits, including the Aft Limit, A-ICE aids aviation operations in maintaining optimal safety and efficiency.
Precision in adhering to the Aft Limit and other weight and balance parameters is crucial for the safety and efficiency of flight operations. Modern aircraft, with their intricate designs and operational needs, require robust systems to support these determinations.
Safeguard your aviation operations with A-ICE’s advanced weight and balance solutions, ensuring every flight adheres to its prescribed Aft Limit and other crucial parameters. Connect with A-ICE today to explore our suite of aviation software offerings.
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A-ICE's Weight And Balance System (A-WBS) has been used in Genova Airport, Italy. We find the system easy to use and quick to operate. From a user's point of view, the layout of the system allows to quickly find the information. High level of automation promotes time saving and less human errors.
The commitment, support, and expertise of the A-ICE team have been crucial in delivering the system enhancements necessary to accommodate our scheduled expansion to London Heathrow. A-ICE has consistently demonstrated a clear understanding of the specific IT challenges facing a growth business such as ours, and they have been able to answer those challenges through the straightforward implementation of effective, efficient technology.
A-HDB was the solution to our needs. We now have a modern system, designed to manage efficiently our operations on the ground and provide better levels of service to our customers.
The nature of the Weight And Balance System (A-WBS) allowed for a flawless training, easy to understand, within 4 hours everybody in the training class was able to balance an aircraft unaided.
The flexibility of A-ICE’s software and architecture confirmed that we made the right choice. The system is so fast and simple that it’s impressively easy to deploy and rapidly adopted by operatives at any station.
The Weight And Balance System (A-WBS) finally allows us to balance flights very quickly and with high quality. The system is simple and fulfills everything our airport needs.
The aftercare/support is admirable. A-ICE is very responsive and in constant communication. You feel that you have gained a member of your team with huge experience and always ready to point you in the right direction, whenever you are in doubt.