Ah, I see, I was just looking at the most recent flights, sorry!
I have spent some time going through each of the aircraft that we have available to us and brought all of the fuel burns for all of the aircraft to one location. With these fuel burns is provided an Estimated Flying Time or EFT. This is the amount of time you could expect flying. The fuel burn and the EFT is provided in app under the weight and balance page. All I did was transfer what was given to an excel spreadsheet. As for the cruising speeds, I tested these speeds over a period of time to e…
Here is the fuel burn post
I did make a new one not too long ago. The linked one below is the more recent one. B748 numbers are the same. 😜
I have recently reformatted the fuel burn table for the Infinite Flight fleet to allow for easier viewing and reference for the various aircraft. The old topic that has now been closed can be found
here. The information is organized in a way that sorts the aircraft by manufacturer in A-Z order.
I’d like to point out the notes and legend section at the end of this topic as it will describe some of the symbols you may see next to an aircraft model, or in the “Economy Cruise” and/or “M…
Lol I was thinking the same thing😂
While somewhat true, the main point was to give you a cruise speed that would give you the greatest efficiency. It’s about finding a number that will allow you to fly the quickest, furtherest and the longest while stretching the amount of fuel you have to its absolute limit. 🙂
Here’s a good topic pertaining aircraft cruise speeds
Feel free to use this for infinte flight!
A318-100 - Norm. 0.78 | HE 0.80 | Max 0.82 | Service Ceiling 39,800ft
A319-100 - Norm. 0.78 | HE 0.80 | Max 0.82 | Service Ceiling 39,800ft
A320-200 - Norm. 0.78 | HE 0.80 | Max 0.82 | Service Ceiling 39,800ft
A321-200 - Norm. 0.78 | HE 0.80 | Max 0.82 | Service Ceiling 39,800ft
A330-200F - Norm. 0.82 | HE 0.86 | Max 0.89 | Service Ceiling 41,450ft
A330-300 - Norm. 0.82 | HE 0.86 | Max 0.89 | Service Ceili…
You’d probably be best off taking a full tank. It’ll make it but with only a little left over.
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