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Fuel Supply to the Engines

On an Aircraft with no External Drop Tanks installed

100 Liters will be consumed from Fuel Tank No. 1
Fuel Tanks No. 3, 4 and 2 will be Emptied concurrently
Remaining Fuel in Tank No. 1.

On an aircraft with External Drop Tanks fitted

100 liters will be consumed from Fuel Tank No. 1
All the Fuel from the External Drop Tanks will be consumed
Another 100 liters will be consumed from fuel tank No. 1
Fuel Tanks No. 3, 4 and 2 will be Emptied concurrently
Remaining Fuel in Tank No. 1.

When the External Fuel Drop Tanks are Empty, the Green “EXT.TANKS EMPTY” Lamp will illuminate.

When Fuel Tanks No. 3 and 4 are Empty, the Green Lamp below the “PUMP TANK 3” and “PUMP TANK 4” Switches will turn illuminate.

When Fuel Tank No. 2 is Empty, the Green Lamp below the “PUMP TANK 2” switch will illuminate.

When the “REST 550L” Red Lamp illuminates on the T-6 Warning Panel, the Aircraft should enough Fuel for a Flight Time of approximately 20 Minutes at an Altitude of 500 meters and a Speed of 500 Km/h.

When the “TANK 1” Red Lamp illuminates on the T-6 Warning Panel, the Fuel remaining in the Fuel Supply System may still be enough for a Flight Time of 5 Minutes depending on the Altitude and the Engine Throttle Settings.


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