fuel capacity

fuel capacity

The quantity of fuel that can be stored in the aircraft's tanks.
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The project consists of adding substantial fuel storage capacity in Hay River, and rehabilitating and expanding fuel capacity at the northern end of the Mackenzie River in Tuktoyaktuk, which will help resupply other northern communities.
This translates to a sum of 78.15 million liters of fuel capacity for Seaoil.
This totals to 78.150 million liters of fuel capacity, which is already more than enough the daily fuel requirement of the country, according to BOI Managing Head Ceferino Rodolfo.
By taking advantage of the HTF7500E's full power capability and excellent fuel efficiency, and through the addition of advanced winglets and fuel capacity, Embraer achieved a 3,900-nautical-mile range for its super midsize aircraft, the Praetor 600.
The 800cc car comes equipped with a 3-cylinder water-cooled Euro II engine with 30 litres fuel capacity, 4-speed manual transmission enabling 60 nm torque and 50 bhp.
It features twin-tank fuel capacity of up to 65 gallons, a factory-installed air suspension and a full suite of available connectivity, including OnStar, Commercial Link and a built-in 4G LTE Wi-Fi hot spot.
A Cessna 172 I used to fly was a great $100 hamburger platform, but it wasn't until its owners added additional fuel capacity in the form of internal tip tanks that it became my tool of choice for personal transportation.
Built in 2015, hull #43 of 45, Platinum features a Volvo D4 180 HP engine, a 930-litre fuel capacity and a 1000-litre water capacity, promising exceptional autonomy over longer cruises.
They point out that increased development of solar and wind power can increase demand for fast reacting fossil fuel capacity that can be turned on and off quickly.
The Majesty 122 has a fuel capacity of more than 25,000 litres and was launched during the Dubai International Boat Show (DIBS).
The Cruze and Sonic sedans, feature 8.5 GGE fuel capacity for highway range of nearly 300 miles.
The older, state-run refineries, which account for a quarter of the nation's 4.3 million barrels per day (mbpd) fuel capacity, may be forced to reduce throughput or even seek federal monetary support.