The amount of fat that is removed is dependent on how much fat you have to be removed. The surgeon will determine this at the time of surgery.
It is not just the fat that is removed, but what remains that gives you your final result.Reasonable results can be achieved with strictly local, tumescent anesthesia.
The results in cc of the aspirate vary with the person and can range from 500 to perhaps 1500 cc.
The amount of fat removed is based upon how much fat is available to be removed. Liposuction is not weight loss procedure, but does treat budges. During your consultation, your surgeon may be able to give you a better idea of how much fat could be removed in one session.
It is impossible to say just by knowing your height and weight. You would have to be seen in person,. and then it would only be a "guesstimate."
Usually, 500cc (1/2 a kilo) is the max under local as no IVs are used, etc. In larger cases, we recommend Twilgiht sleep/ anesthesia for patient comfort and completion of the procedure in one surgery.
An exam and consultation with a plastic surgeon is recommended to discuss your options and expectations.