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In article <airliners.1994.1650@ohare.Chicago.COM>, email@example.com (Gale Parchoma) writes: My airline operates the Boeing B747-100 and the B747-200. Our B747-100's have a maximum fuel capacity of 318,000 pounds, while our B747-200's hold about 344,000 pounds of fuel. Most airlines use fuel capacity measurements in weight rather than a normal fluid capacity measurement. Therefore, while you may expect an answer in gallons or litres, the airline way is either pounds or kilos. If you want to convert to gallons, divide by 6.7. I'm not sure for litres. I hope this helps. Best Rgds.