Fuel Burns C-680

AOA

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Hi Everyone,

Just wanted to see if anyone can provide me with some realistic fuel burn values for the 680?

Just making sure I've got the right info..

Thanks
 

X man

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Normal cruise altitudes, depending on take off wt, 38 to 4200 lbs first two hours, 1760 third hour, 1680 4th hour 1590 fifth hour, 1400lbs to 1350 sixth hour, this is pushing it, letting it accelerate, if you do long range cruise, it drops down to less. At really high altitudes, long range cruise, i have seen 1080 total fuel burn two engines. Good safe 6 hours, have stretched it to 7 hours 37 minutes, long range cruise, just two pilots. I can give you more details if you PM me On hot days when you cannot get more that 10800 in the tanks through single point, you can add up to another 250 lbs through the over wing fuel caps. Depends on altitude and ISA also
 

siucavflight

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Nevermind, answered my own question.
 
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