What kind of fuel do passenger planes use?
Either aviation gasoline or Jet A.
The 2013 Nissan NV-Passenger runs on regular unleaded.
The 2012 Nissan NV-Passenger runs on regular unleaded.
Aviation fuel - a specialised petroleum based fuel is used in planes
REGULAR FUEL DUMmmy
Aluminium for passenger planes and titanium for fighter planes
The planes used to attack on 9/11 were large passenger planes.
It uses petrol
The fuel that planes use is called Kerosene.
A cargo airline operates planes configured to load freight containers, with no cabin crew. Passenger airlines use planes with seats and cabin crew to serve passengers.
They use more fuel above the clouds, dum dum
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Yes, you can fly different kinds of aircraft in GTA V including propellor planes, jets, passenger liners and helicopters.
you can use a different type of fuel
To fuel our cars,trains, boats, and, 'planes
It depends on the type of engine. Prop planes use AvGas - aviation gasoline; essentially this is high power petrol, equivalent to 6*. Jet engines use a variety of kerosene mixtures.
The kind of transportation they use in Africa is cars, by foot, cars ,trains, and planes.
Use to use Avgas fuel. Now use ultra fuel or diesel Fuel or jet fuel.
most commercial airplanes use aviation fuel however some smaller planes may use a more concentrated version of aviation fuel
they have larger engines, therfore it takes more fuel to provide the massive power that they need.
There were 2 attacks on the Twin Towers. In 1993 explosives were taken into the basement of the buildings and set off, though they did not knock the towers down. Large passenger planes were used to successfully destroy them.
Planes don't use carbon dioxide, they create it by burning fuel in the engines.
Because flame throwers are too messy and tanks, and planes use a lot of fuel.
Birds can flap their wings while the wings of planes are rigid and unmovable. Also, planes run on fuel whereas birds use energy released during respiration.
it uses rocket fuel
2098 km of fuel
Yellow glue is good, white glue is OK.
Premium Fuel 91 octane.
Aircraft with jet or turbine engines use varities of kerosene.
Which kind of planes did the US begin to use in 1944 which the Japanese were not prepared to detect?
Snowmobiles use a VP racing fuel blend.
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An energy efficient car can use gasoline, diesel, CNG, or electricity as a fuel.
Saws, hammers, nail guns, drills, routers, planes and many more
F-16 Fighting Falcon
Jets, planes, helicopters, trucks, jeeps, and fire extinguishers.
Motor vehicles, motorbikes, buses, interisland ferries, planes, canoes, etc
Which kind of planes did the United states begin to use in 1944 which the Japanese were not prepared to detect?
Helicopters use aviation turbine fuel most commonly known as "Jet A". This fuel resembles kerosene, on which other aircraft run.
The fuel was liquid oxygen and liquid hydrogen.
Aviation fuel, similar to kerosene. Only smaller aircraft with piston engines use a fuel similar to gasoline, called AVGas (Aviation gasoline) Military Jets use fuels specially designed for Jet Propulsion, these formula are known by JP-#, Commercial Jets use Jet-A.
'Bush' planes are types of airplanes flown in the colder parts of the Northern Hemisphere, where there is easy access to fuel, mechanics, water landing areas and spare parts. In Antarctica, government logistical operations are carried out by military aircraft, because they can operate in the harsh and Spartan environment of the continent. 'Bush' planes are not suitable for use in Antarctica.
Depending on what kind of plane it is, AV Gas or Jet Fuel
Most likely, diesel.
Cars, Buses, Trains, Planes. Everything we use today(2010) except it wasn't technologically advanced like it is today.
There are many different types of planes aside from the commercial airliners that people use daily to get one from part of the world to another. More specialized airplanes include military helicopters, propeller aircrafts, helicopters, and pusher aircrafts. Commercial and navy are your basic groups of planes. Commuter planes carry a small number of passengers and commercial planes vary in passenger accommodation. Manufacturers like Boeing make commercial planes in all sizes like the Boeing 737… Read More
All aircraft, not just jets, have shapes as streamlined as possible to enable them to fly faster and use less fuel.
Yes, you can use unleaded fuel even if your car calls for super unleaded fuel. These are essentially the same kind of fuel so it will not mess up the performance of your car.