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Regional airports vs international airports.
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Regional airports vs international airports.
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When walking on the tarmac at a regional airport I can smell the combusted kerosene.
Yet at international ones with bigger jets I do not smell it .
Great big jets and jet engines ?
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Sure is lonely being the only fueltard on a lunatics site .

Well at least I tried.
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Here's a quick one a Harrier jump jet uses 1400 litres per minute in full down thrust mode ,that is the equivalent of 6 45 gal drums eh.
Now look at a picture of said jet subtract the volume of engines ,landing gear , cockpit,armenents etc and you barely have enough room for those 6 drums.

Do the spatial math.
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I don't like you at all.

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That's not what this thread is about!
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I was just joking.

You're alright.

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RE: Regional airports vs international airports.
Ok here's another one .

After a long car trip we usually go to a gas station and refuell.

So logically at a big airport you should see fleets of either fuel trucks or hose trucks connected to inground lines fuelling all the planes.

After many long hours of layovers I can personally say that I have only observed a few short duration refuellings.

Watched lots of long distance international flights arrive and depart without fuelling.
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Thanks I don't feel so alone now.

Anyone wish to address my points?
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No.

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Good I have stated a theorem that some of transportation is fuel less ie free energy and no one has come forth to.challenge my points.
For those sincerely interested in this field watch and listen to the car in the movie chitty chitty bang bang.
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Jesus is back.

Now you know.

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You must be really bored!
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Anyone ever wondered why electrical cables are strung up on poles not conveniently secured underground?

FE free energy is being put to use all around us.
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Post: #14
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The most prestigious suburbs allways have their utilities underground.
And please don't tell me it is about cost.
Far more Insidious .
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Post: #15
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What exactly are you driving at...come on spit it out, I think I can guess but I'm not sure.
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