The necessary fuel for the craft and its contents will further increase the weight and therefore the fuel burn a plane will burn more fuel during take off and its initial ascent once cruising altitude and speed are reached the fuel burn drops off therefore some reports will state fuel burn rates based upon the hour of flight. Comparing each aircrafts best combination of speed range useful load and fuel burn is vital to choosing a model that best meets an owners typical mission profile accurately comparing aircraft performance when comparing performance especially speed and range operators should consider real world numbers from current owners. Fuel economy in aircraft is a measure of how much fuel an aircraft or a fleet of aircraft of mixed types needs to operate in relation to a service provided ie the number of passengers or ton of freight and the distance between points of travel it can be expressed in several ways for example by the liters of fuel consumed per passenger per kilometer. The dash 8 400 aircraft carries 14 more passengers than any other turboprop and has the extra payload capacity to carry their bags all while providing more range the dash 8 400 aircraft is the only turboprop that is fully compliant with faa easa passenger weight at any extra capacity configuration
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