Cessna 3 Bravo Tango Heavy

For those of you who are not in the know: The suffix “heavy” is used for call signs of heavy airplanes that will cause significant wake turbulence, so that aircraft flying behind them have to keep some more distance. I looked it up and read that you have to use “heavy” for aircraft that are heavier than 255,000 lbs.

Or the ones that have Hans on board, obviously…

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One comment on “Cessna 3 Bravo Tango Heavy
  1. SAS7 says:

    Ouch. Poor Hans…
    …. A question, what happens to an actual heavy if Hans is sitting in it? Is it certified as an HLLV?

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