cargo deck

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the space in a ship or aircraft for storing cargo

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With the three daily flights from August, Emirates SkyCargo will be able to further support international trade opportunities making use of the cargo deck of aircraft.
The aircraft is capable of carrying 103 tonnes of cargo and its main cargo deck is the widest of any freighter aircraft at 3.
But as the blaze in the main cargo deck raged, the plane's control systems began to fail and the cockpit filled with toxic smoke, making it impossible for the two crew to see the cockpit controls.
The rear cargo deck offers an area of more than two square metres, not the largest on offer, but enough to accommodate a standard-size pallet to meet the demands of most small traders and tradesmen who will make up the majority of buyers.
The cargo deck, with a class-leading length of 1,945 mm from guard frame to rear, features a thin, flat guard frame that does not protrude over the deck and makes it efficient and simple to neatly load boxed cargo.
Other features included ABS with ABD, driver airbag, full steel bulkhead between the driver and the cargo area, useful floor anchorage points on the cargo deck, electric windowsand electrically operated and heated door mirrors.
With the 60/40 split rear seatbacks lowered, the cargo deck is more than six feet long and offers a capacity of up to 1,600 litres, or 527 litres with the rear seats up.
Her cargo deck surface area is equivalent to that of three international FIFA standard football pitches.
The blazes were contained by 10 am on Monday, as smoke continued to rise from the burned cargo deck.
The model carried a payload of 770-pound in its cargo deck and climbed the mountain road with an average speed of 30 miles/hour.
The ship has a large working cargo deck that allows it to be equipped with specific jobs like disaster relief, anti-pollution, fire fighting, rescue work or the interception of other vessels.
Fitted with huge bow and stern loading ramps, the ships each boast a 10,500-square-foot central cargo deck large enough to hold up to 24 M-1 Abrams tanks.
The 747-400LCFcan hold three times the volume handled by the existing 747-400 freighter, thanks to a cargo deck that bulges up behind the cockpit.
Terry and Susan, from Blackburn, Lancs, had paid pounds 800 for Poppy and collie Pelayo to travel in animal cages on the cargo deck.
Both rear backrests fold flat to form a cargo deck and there's a fair-sized boot plus a stowage box and sliding oddments drawer.