|Quoting LongHauler (Reply 13):|
We use 200Kgs taxi fuel for the A319/320 and 300Kgs for the A321. For forecast long taxis or deicing, additives are applied.
|Quoting YOW (Reply 21):|
LongHauler or anyone else on here, do you allocate 200 Kgs across the board for 319/320s or do you allocate more for large airports like YYZ & YVR (say 250 kgs)
|Quoting Kaddyuk (Reply 8):|
Your APU will burn about 500 kgs per hour on a B747-400
|Quoting Okie (Reply 6):|
I would suspect a rough number of about 25% used by each turbine on a narrow isle twin or about 10 gallons saving for a single engine taxi.
|Quoting Lemurs (Reply 22):|
It's hard to think of a worse way to move an airplane on the ground than a jet engine, really.
|Quoting Dl757md (Reply 27):|
Have you actually seen the APU on a 744 burning 500kg/hr?