Business & Commercial Aviation

2017 BCA Operations Planning Guide: Production Aircraft and Out-of-Production Aircraft

BCA subscribers may log in and download a PDF of the Business & Commercial Aviation 2017 Operations Planning Guide, which contains operations costs for in-production and out-of-production business aircraft. The costs for the out-of-production aircraft are available online only.

This file contains:

  • Category 1 — Turboprops and Jets Less Than 10,000 lb.
  • Category 2 — Turboprops Greater Than 12,500 lb. - Jets Less Than 20,000 lb.
  • Category 3 — Jets 20,000 lb. to 30,000 lb.
  • Category 4 — Jets 30,000 lb. to 41,000 lb.
  • Category 5 — Jets Greater Than 41,000 lb.
  • Category 6 — Ultra-Long-Range Jets




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