Jet Fuel Conversion

Aviation fuel is a specialized type of petroleum-based fuel that is specifically designed to power aircraft. It is of higher quality than fuels used for non-critical applications such as heating or road transport. Aviation fuel is typically enhanced with additives to improve its performance properties and reduce the risk of hazards such as icing or explosions due to high temperature.

Most commercial and military aircraft use jet fuel due to its optimal fuel efficiency and low cost. To convert fuel quantities, multiply by the factor indicated on the balloon in the direction of the arrow, or divide by the factor when converting in the opposite direction. Fuel specific gravity is based on the ISA (International Standard Atmosphere) temperature at mean sea level, which means fuel weights will be approximate for temperatures other than 15 degrees Celsius. For additional information about jet fuel conversion, please refer to our resources.

To convert multiply by the factor in the balloon when moving in the direction of the arrow, or divide by that factor if converting in the opposite direction. Fuel SG (0.8 AVTUR and 0.72 AVGAS) is based on ISA temperature at MSL. Therefore, fuel weights will be approximate for temperatures other than 15 degrees Celsius. For More Information About Jet Fuel Conversion

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