1946-01-01

Aviation Fuels-What the Airlines WANT and EXPECT 460203

WITHIN 10 years, Mr. Brower predicts, airlines will use over 1,000,000,000 gal of fuel annually, consequently, what the airlines want and expect in the way of aviation fuels is of major importance.
The author stresses particularly that airlines would like less talk of so-called “super fuels,” especially at premium prices, and more interest in down-to-earth, realistic development of economical and safe fuels of good quality.
After presenting a resumé of the grades of fuel that he expects will be required in the future. Mr. Brower expresses the thought that to obtain these results, the cooperation that has developed between the fuel refiner, the engine and airframe manufacturers, and the air transport operators must be maintained.

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