Date: 06 Jan 2000 01:26:05 From: "Russell Short" <email@example.com> Organization: The Internet Group (Sydney) References: 1 2 3 Followups: 1
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Karl Swartz <kls@ohare.Chicago.COM> wrote in message <airliners.1999.1274@ohare.Chicago.COM> ... > >the capacity of fuel for the A321 is less than a 319 or a 320 because the > >fan of the engine is more bog than the others, the the the thrust is bigger > > Nope, at least not going by numbers for AW&ST's Source Book. I'll hazard my guess then, which is to say that the increased requirement for space due to the double-slotted flaps of the A321 (compared to the single-slotted flaps of the other models) ate into the back of the fuel tank...? Russ.