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Aircraft Lifting Equipment is used to raise and manoeuvre aircraft within the military when they are in 'parked' position. This refers to the moving of the aircraft once it is landed and the pilot has disembarked. A vehicle, known as a pushback or a tug will usually position itself beneath the nose of various aircraft and lift them so the front wheels are a few more

Aircraft Lifting Equipment is used to raise and manoeuvre aircraft within the military when they are in 'parked' position. This refers to the moving of the aircraft once it is landed and the pilot has disembarked. A vehicle, known as a pushback or a tug will usually position itself beneath the nose of various aircraft and lift them so the front wheels are a few inches off the ground. The full weight of the aircraft will then rest on the tug and can then be moved. This can occur before a plane is due to take off, moving it on to the runway. Moving a plane off a runway when it has landed or moving it into a hanger for maintenance.

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