There are many types of plastic used in the A320.
The Airbus A320 uses Jet A / Jet A-1 type fuel
An Airbus A320 uses jet fuel--if you land at a civilian airport you are going to get either Jet A or Jet A-1.
indigo airlines uses only airbus a320 .
After watching it, it seems to be a Airbus A319 or A320. The nose and cockpit windows match that of a A319 and A320. The winglets are only seen in the A310 and A320 series.
The Airbus A380 uses Jet A / Jet A-1 type fuel
Between 35 and 40 million
A320 avearge fuel consumption is 2400 kg per hour
The Airbus A320 has a total of 6 tyres - 4 for the main undercarriage landing gear (consisting of two 2 wheel bogies) and 2 for the nose landing gear.
The Airbus A380 uses Jet A / Jet A-1 fuel
Until July, 1996 only Boeing 737-300s were used on the Sydney-Adelaide route. After this month and until the airline's collapde one Boeing 737-300 and one Airbus A320 were used on the route. During the brief time of Ansett Mark II one Airbus A320 was used on the daily Sydney-Adeliade flight.