The fuel for Jet aircraft, Jet A and Jet A1 is usually sold in weights, this being Kilograms or Pounds.
100 pounds (Jet A1) are around 60 litres
20000 kgs divided by 0.86 gives 23255.813 m3 of aviation fuel. 23255.813 multiplied by 1000 to convert m3 to litres, gives 23,255,813 litres of fuel.
Jet-a -40 jet-a1 is -47 c
It is a special kind of fuel used in jet planes
It depends upon the temperature.
Airplanes use "Jet A" "Jet A1" and "Jet B"(for cold weather).
Avgas, or if it has a jet engine, it would use either Jet-A1 or Jet-B fuel.
The Airbus A320 uses Jet A / Jet A-1 type fuel
Not as such. The most popular fuels sold at commercial airports are Jet-A and Jet-A1, both of which are highly purified forms of kerosene. If you just buy a hundred gallons of stove oil from the farm supply store in an emergency, the plane will run on it but you can kiss your fuel filters goodbye.
The price for jet a1 fuel varies over time. In March 2013, the price was 303.0 US cents per gallon. Converted to barrels, this would be 127.2 US dollar per barrel.