Cessna C-150 can hold 1 passenger. Cessna C-172 can hold 3 passengers
There is no such thing as a Cessna 406 bushplane. The 406 is a twin turbine, high speed executive aircraft that seats12-14 people.
You nust have a number wrong, there is no record of a Cessna 142
It depends on the plane. If it's a small one like a two or four seat cessna, 150 gallons is pretty average. Jumbo jets might carry about 48,000-60,000 gallons
Cessna 172s hold 56 gallons of fuel. At Felts Field in Spokane, 100LL aviation gasoline is $6.27 per gallon as I write, so it would cost $351.12 to take the plane from completely empty tanks to completely full ones.
Depends on the aircraft. A Cessna 172 will hold 56 gallons of fuel. A C-5 Galaxy holds over 51,000 gallons, but it has many fuel tanks for a few reasons--they can pump fuel from tank to tank to help balance the plane, and it's easier to get fifty thousand gallons of fuel in the plane if they put it in a lot of little tanks rather than one the size of a swimming pool.
56 US gallons I have a model 172K 1969 manufacture Cessna Skyhawk. It has 38 Gallons usable and 4 gallons unusable therefore the fuel total it will hold is 38+4=42 Gallons. The 56 Gallon answer isn't clear about which model it is and they do vary by model.
Depends on the model but the smaller Cessna 150's hold around 25 gallons and the larger Cessna 182 can hold up to 90 gallons.
Go to http://www.cessna.com; the Cessna 206 Stationair is a current Cessna model.
Standard tanks hold 42 gal. long range tanks hold 56 gal.
75868 gals. becaues they have big gas tank