fuel capacity

fuel capacity

The quantity of fuel that can be stored in the aircraft's tanks.
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After completion of WOP MOGAS project, storage of 255,000 Tons of fuel capacity will be added in to system.
After completion of WOP MOGAS project, storage of 255,000 tonnes of fuel capacity will be added into the system.
The A321neo ACF introduces new door and fuselage enhancements allowing airlines to make better use of the cabin space and also provide provision for more underfloor fuel capacity for up to 4,000nm transatlantic range.
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.
12" ground clearance approximately 10 gallon fuel capacity rear receiver hitch rated for at least 3 people instrumentation panel front and rear lights approximate vehicle dry weight of 1,500 pounds.
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.
The Majesty 122 has a fuel capacity of more than 25,000 litres and was launched during the Dubai International Boat Show (DIBS).
The design utilises smaller compartments inside a larger tank to increase fuel capacity and storage, similar to the alveoli within the human lung.
It has a 12-liter fuel capacity and can seat two people.
The craft has a large fuel capacity and is powered by two Caterpillar C18 engines with 600HP and two 403 Hamilton Water Jets.
With stronger hydraulics for improved attachment performance, better tractive effort for digging and pushing, improved ergonomics for operator comfort, and increased fuel capacity for long days, M-Series loaders are meant for intense work in a variety of agricultural, construction, landscaping, mining, recycling, and rental applications.