It depends on the airport. You can go to http://www.airnav.com, find your local airport, and all the fuel dealers on the property will have their prices listed. I work next to Lumberton Regional Airport in North Carolina, where Jet A is $5.80 per gallon as of August 2, 2008.
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The final quarter 2014, the average cost of jet fuel was about $2.85 per gallon. A Boeing 777 holds about 51,585 gallons of jet fuel.
One barrel of Singapore Jet Fuel cost US$170.48 on 10th July 2008
Too much when jet fuel is as high as it is...
Jet fuel weighs about 6.7 pounds per gallon and costs about 3 dollars per gallon, so that would equate to approximately 45 cents per pound.
The cost changes a lot much like gasoline, and the cost is slightly different for prop or jet fuel, but it's usually around $4.00 a gallon.
An A-380 will cost about 340 million dollars for the basic model.
The cost of jet fuel varies depending on the location of the airport and the city where its being purchased, this can cause a variation of a few dollars per gallon. It runs around $24 to $26 dollars a barrel.
Jet fuel is diesel fuel, which is generally cheaper than high-octane gasoline.
69,000 dollarswow that isn't that much for a major league athlete.
The F-16 uses a fuel variant of kerosene. It is called JP-8, and is used widely in jet engines in the United States. The cost as of August 19, 2012 is $3.09 per gallon.
In the US on this day in April, 2011, a gallon of jet fuel purchased under a bulk contract costs about $3.25 per gallon.
It is not the phone that decides the cost, it is the network, so therefore you need to ask how much it costs on a certain network!
Depends on the jet, they hold about one 25th of a Boeing 737's fuel.
About 7 pounds
I run my car on jet fuel so its the same price as diesel - - - - - Go to airnav.com to find fuel prices in your area.
It depends on specific gravity of Jet A fuel. It can be calculated by multipling specific gravity of fuel by 2.2.
Jet A fuel is roughly at 7.99 a gallon so your looking at about $457,707.15. That's to fuel up a 747 by the way. It depends on the plane
There are 2 different fuel types but Jet A is the most common. Jet A / Jet A-1: 0.775 to 0.840 kg/L Jet B: 0.751 to 0.802 kg/L