STOL



noun
1.
a convertiplane that can become airborne after a short takeoff run and has forward speeds comparable to those of conventional aircraft.
noun
1.
a system in which an aircraft can take off and land in a short distance
2.
an aircraft using this system Compare VTOL
STOL
short takeoff and landing

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