Checklist: Aircraft Operating Costs

Clay Lacy line service fueling
The cost of fuel is the most obvious direct cost of operating a business aircraft, but there are other factors to consider. Credit: Clay Lacy Aviation
BCA’s annual Operations Planning Guide provides cost estimates for turbine-powered, in-production aircraft in the six areas listed below. For more information on the methodology used in compiling the guide and current industry cost trends, see

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