Airplanes that use a lift system to move large loads are known as ALOs.
Operators can use these lifts to lift the payload, haul cargo, or even lift buildings.
But as the lift system grows, it can become increasingly difficult for a lift operator to maintain control over the aircraft, especially if the aircraft is not operating properly.
This article outlines some of the common issues associated with an ALO operation.
To find out more about ALOs and their requirements, you can view the following topics on our page on aeroplanes: