U.S. air traffic - energy consumption 2007

The time line shows the energy consumption of U.S. air traffic from 1990 to 2007. In 2000, 2,178 trillion Btu were consumed in U.S. air traffic.

Energy consumption of U.S. air traffic* from 1990 to 2007

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United States

Survey time period

1990 to 2007

Supplementary notes

The following conversion rates were used: jet fuel = 135,000 Btu/gallon, aviation gasoline = 120,200 Btu/gallon.
* Air traffic: Jet fuel of certificated carriers (domestic operations only) and aviation gasoline/jet fuel of general aviation (includes fuel used in air taxi operations, but not commuter operations).

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