Aircraft pallet net is referring to a webbing or rope net for restraining a load on an aircraft pallet; it may also be used in conjunction with an igloo.

Ref: 123422/2006-10-14

Other Database Pages Exist for this Phrase:
Aircraft pallet (Aircraft pallet is described as an item of ...)
Aircraft (Aircraft refers to a craft that flies in the air ...)
Pallet (A platform on which cargo is loaded, can be ...)
Igloo (Igloo is described as a structural or non ...)


Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): aircrafts, pallets

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