Designers attempt to give exceptional capabilities in all areas, including price, but the laws of physics, thermodynamics and aerodynamics do not allow one aircraft to do all missions with equal efficiency. Trade-offs are a reality of aircraft design. In order to obtain a feeling for the strengths and compromises of a particular aircraft, BCA compares the subject aircraft’s specifications and performance attributes to the composite characteristics of other aircraft in its class. We ...

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