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Purchase Planning Handbook

How to Use the Airplane Charts


For an aircraft to be listed in the Purchase
Pl a n n i n g H a n d b o o k , a p r o d u c t io n
conforming article must have flown by
May 1 of this year. The dimensions,
weights and performance characteristics
of each model listed are representative of
the current production aircraft being built
or for which a type certificate application
has been filed. The Basic Operating
Weights we publish should be representative of actual production turboprop and
turbofan aircraft because we ask manufacturers to supply us with the average
weights of the last 10 commercial aircraft
that have been delivered. However, spot
checks of some manufacturers BOW
numbers reveal anomalies. Prospective
buyers are advised to verify the actual
weights of aircraft with options.

The takeoff field length distances are


based on Maximum Takeoff Weight
unless otherwise indicated in the tables.
Please note that all data preliminary
in the remarks section indicates that
actual aircraft weight, dimension and
performance numbers may vary considerably after the model is certified and
delivery of completed aircraft begins.

Manufacturer, Model
and Type Designation

In some cases, the airplane manufacturers


name is abbreviated, but the companys
full name and address can be found in the
Airframe Suppliers Directory at our
website. The model name and the type
designation also are included in this group.

Cabin Length
Cockpit
Cockpit

Galley
Galley

Lavatory
Lavatory

Passenger Cabin
Passenger Cabin

Aft Baggage
Aft
Baggage
Compartment
Compartment
Cabin Length
Cabin Length

Baggage
Baggage

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Characteristics

Crew + Typical Executive


Seating/Maximum Seating
For example, 2+8/19 indicates that
the aircraft requires two pilots, there
are eight seats in the typical executive
configuration and the aircraft is certified
for up 19 to passenger seats. A four-place
single-engine aircraft is shown as 1+3/3,
indicating that one pilot is required and
there are three other seats available for
Seating

Cabin Length
Cabin Length

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BCA Equipped Price

Price estimates are first quarter, current


year dollars for the next available delivery.
Some aircraft have long lead times, thus
the actual price will be higher than our
published price. Note well, manufacturers
may adjust prices without notification.
Piston-powered airplanes Computed
retail price with at least the level of
equipment specified in the BCA Required
Equipment List
Turbine-powered airplanes Average
price of 10 of the last 12 commercial
deliveries, if available. Some manufacturers decline to provide us with
actual prices of delivered aircraft. The
aircraft serial numbers aren't necessarily consecutive because of variations
in completion time and because some
aircraft may be configured for noncommercial, special missions.

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passengers. We require two pilots for all


turbofan airplanes, except for single-pilot
certified aircraft such as the Eclipse 550,
Cessna Citation CJ series and Syberjet
SJ30-2, which have, or will have, a large
percentage of single-pilot operators. Four
crewmembers are specified for ultralong-range aircraft three pilots and
one flight attendant.
Each occupant of a turbine-powered
airplane is assumed to weigh 200 lb., thus
allowing for stowed luggage and carry-on
items. I n t he case of piston-eng ine
airplanes, we assume each occupant
weighs 170 lb. There is no luggage
allowance for piston-engine airplanes.
Wing Loading MTOW divided by
total wing area
Power Loading MTOW divided
by total rated horsepower or total rated
thrust
FAR Part 36 certified noise levels
Flyover noise in A-weighted decibels
(dBA) for small and turboprop aircraft.
For turbofan-powered aircraft, we provide
Part 36 EPNdB (effective perceived noise
levels) for takeoff, sideline and approach.

Dimensions

E x t e r n a l le n g t h , he i g ht a nd s p a n
dimensions are provided for use in determining hangar and/or tie-down space
requirements.
Internal length, height and width are
based on a completed interior, including
insulation, upholstery, carpet, carpet
padding and fixtures. Note well: These
dimensions are not based upon metal-tometal measurements. They must reflect
the actual net dimensions with all soft

goods installed. Some manufacturers


provide optimistic measurements, thus
prospective buyers are advised to measure
aircraft themselves.
A s s how n i n t he C abi n I nt er ior
Di mensions i l lu st rat ion, for sma l l
airplanes other than cabin-class models,
the length is measured from the forward
bulkhead ahead of the rudder pedals to
the back of the rearmost passenger seat in
its normal, upright position.
For so-called cabin-class and larger
aircraft, we show the overall length of
the passenger cabin, measured from the
aft side of the forward cabin divider to
the aft-most bulkhead of the cabin. The
aft-most point is defined by the rear side of
a baggage compartment that is accessible
to passengers in flight or the aft pressure
bulkhead. The overall length is reduced
by the length of any permanent mounted
system or structure that is installed in the
fuselage ahead of the aft bulkhead. For
example, some aircraft have full fuselage
cross-section fuel tanks mounted ahead of
the aft pressure bulkhead.
The second length number is the net
length of the cabin that may be occupied
by passengers. Its measured from the
aft side of the forward cabin divider
to an aft point defined by the rear of
the cabin f loor capable of supporting
passenger seats, the rear wall of an aft
galley or lavatory, an auxiliary pressure
bulkhead or the front wall of the pressurized baggage compartment. Some
aircraft have the same net and overall
interior length because the manufacturer
offers at least one interior configuration
with the aft-most passenger seat located

next to the front wall of the aft luggage


compartment.
Interior height is measured at the center
of the cross section. It may be based on
an aisle that is dropped several inches
below the main cabin floor that supports
t he passenger seat s. Some a i rcraf t
have dropped aisles of varying depths,
resulting in less available interior height
in certain sections of the cabin, such as
the floor sections below the passenger
seats.
Two width dimensions are shown for
multiengine turbine airplanes one at
the widest part of the cabin and the other
at floor level. The dimensions, however,
are not completely indicative of the usable
space in a specific aircraft because of individual variances in interior furnishings.
Number

Power

of engines, if greater than


one, and the abbreviated name of the
manufacturer: Honey well, CFMI
CFM International, TCM Teledyne
Continental, IAE International Aero
Engines, Lyc Textron Lycoming,
P&WC Pratt & Whitney Canada, RR
Rolls-Royce and Wms Williams
International
Output takeoff rated horsepower for
propeller-driven aircraft or pounds thrust
for turbofan aircraft. If an engine is flat
rated, enabling it to produce takeoff rated
output at a higher than ISA (standard day)
ambient temperature, the flat rating limit
is shown as ISA+XXC. Highly flat rated
engines, i.e. engines that can produce
takeoff rated thrust at a much higher than
standard ambient temperature, typically
provide substantially improved high
density altitude and high-altitude cruise
performance.
Inspection Interval is the longest,
scheduled hourly major maintenance
interval for the engine, either t for TBO
or c for compressor zone inspection.
OC is shown only for engines that have
on condition repair or replace parts
maintenance.

Weights (lb.)

Weight categories are listed as appropriate


to each class of aircraft.
Max Ramp Maximum ramp weight
for taxi
Max Takeoff Maximum takeoff
weight as determined by structural limits
Max Landing Maximum landing
weight as determined by structural limits
Zero Fuel Max imum zero f uel
weight, shown by c, indicating the
certified MZFW or b, a BCA-computed
weight based on MTOW minus t he
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weight of fuel required to fly 1.5 hr. at


high-speed cruise
Max ramp, max takeoff and max landing
weights may be the same for light aircraft
that may only have a certified max takeoff
weight.
E OW/BOW E mpt y O p er at i ng
Weight is shown for piston-powered
airplanes. Basic Operat ing Weight,
in contrast, is based on t he average
EOW weight of the last 10 commercial
deliveries, plus 200 lb. for each required
crewmember. We require four crewmembers, three flight crew and one cabin
attendant for ultra-long-range aircraft.
Basic Operating Weight, which essentially is EOW plus required flight crew,
is shown for turbine-powered airplanes.
EOW is based on the factory standard
weight, plus items specified in the BCA
Required Equipment List, less fuel and oil.
There is no requirement to add in the
weight of cabin stores, but some manufacturers choose to include galley stores and
passenger supplies as part of the BOW
build up. Life vest, life rafts and appropriate deep-water survival equipment
are included in the weight buildup of the
80,000+ lb., ultra-long-range aircraft.
Max Payload Zero Fuel weight
minus EOW or BOW, as appropriate.
For piston-engine airplanes, Max Payload
frequently is a computed value because
it is based on the BCA (b) computed
maximum ZFW.
Executive Payload Based on 170
lb. per occupant for multiengine pistonengine airplanes and 200 lb. per occupant
for turbine-engine airplanes, as shown
in the executive seating section of the
Characteristics section. Both pilots

and passengers, however, are counted as


occupants in piston-engine airplanes.
Only passengers are counted as occupants
in turbine-powered airplanes because the
required crew is included in the BOW.
If the Executive Payload exceeds the
Maximum Payload, we use Maximum
Payload. E xec ut ive payload is not
computed for si ngle-eng i ne piston
airplanes.
Max Fuel Usable fuel weight based
on 6.0 lb. per U.S. gallon for avgas or
6.7 lb. per U.S. gallon for jet fuel. Fuel
capacity includes optional, auxiliary and
long-range tanks, unless otherwise noted.
Available Payload With Full Fuel Max
Ramp weight minus the tanks-full weight,
not to exceed Zero Fuel weight minus
EOW or BOW
Available Fuel With Maximum Payload
Max Ramp weight minus Zero Fuel
weight, not to exceed maximum fuel
capacity
Available Fuel With Executive Payload
Available fuel weight based on max ramp
minus BOW plus executive payload, up to
the actual fuel capacity

Limits

BCA lists V speeds and other limits as


appropriate to the class of airplane. These
are the abbreviations used on the charts:
Vne Never exceed speed (red line for
piston-engine airplanes)
Vno Normal operating speed (top of
the green arc for piston-engine airplanes)
V mo Maximum operating speed
(red line for turbine-powered airplanes)
M mo Maximum operating Mach
number (red line for turbofan-powered

NBAA IFR RANGE PROFILE


Conditions: Origin, destination and alternate
airports are sea level elevation, ISA, zero wind,
maximum of three cruise levels,
30-minute VFR fuel reserve at alternate.

Taxi :10
Takeoff :01

Final Cruise

t to
3,000-fpm Descen ernate
VFR Landing at Alt

Climb to 200
nm
Alternate Cruis
e
Altitude

nt
3,000-fpm Desce Fix
h
to Initial Approac

Standard Instrument
Approach
(Fuel = 5 Minute
Hold @ 5,000 ft)

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Long-Range Cruise
for 200 nm
Alternate

limb

Ste
pC

Step

Clim

Initial Cruise

Intermediate
Cruise

Climb to 5,000 ft and


Hold Five Minutes for
Clearance to Alternate

airplanes and a few turboprop airplanes)


FL/Vmo Transition altitude at which
Vmo equals Mmo (large turboprop and
turbofan aircraft)
Va Maneuvering speed (except for
certain large turboprop and all turbofan
aircraft)
Vdec Accelerate/stop decision speed
(multiengine piston and light multiengine
turboprop airplanes)
Vmca Minimum control airspeed,
airborne (multiengine piston and light
multiengine turboprop airplanes)
V s o Max imum stalling speed,
landing configuration (single-engine
airplanes)
V x Best angle-of-climb speed
(single-engine airplanes)
V xse Best angle-of-climb speed,
one-engine inoperative (multiengine
piston a nd mu lt ieng i ne t u rboprop
airplanes under 12,500 lb.)
V y Best rate-of-climb speed (singleengine airplanes)
V yse Best rate-of-climb speed, oneengine inoperative (multiengine piston
and multiengine turboprop airplanes
under 12,500 lb.).
V2 Takeoff safet y speed (large
turboprops and turbofan airplanes)
V ref Reference landing approach
speed (large turboprops and turbofan
airplanes, four passengers, NBAA IFR
reserves; eight passengers for ultra-longrange aircraft)
PSI Cabin pressure differential (all
pressurized airplanes)

Airport Performance

A p p r o v e d F l i g ht M a n u a l t a k e o f f
r u nway p er for m a nc e i s show n for
sea-level, standard day and for 5,000-ft.
elevat ion /25C day densit y alt it ude.
All-engine takeoff distance (TO) is shown
for single-engine and multiengine piston,
and turboprop airplanes with an MTOW
of less than 12,500 lb. Takeoff distances
and speeds assume Maximum Takeoff
weight, unless otherwise noted.
Accelerate/Stop distance (A/S) is shown
for small multiengine piston and small
turboprop airplanes. Takeoff field length
(TOFL), the greater of the one-engine
inoperative (OEI) takeoff distance or the
accelerate/stop distance, is shown for FAR
Part 23 Commuter Category and FAR
Part 25 airplanes. If the accelerate/stop
and accelerate/stop distances are equal,
the TOFL is the balanced field length.
La nd i ng d ist a nce ( LD) is show n
for FAR Part 23 Commuter Category
and FAR Part 25 Transport Category
airplanes. The landing weight is BOW
plus four passengers and NBAA IFR fuel
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reserves. We assume that 80,000+ lb.


ultra-long-range aircraft will have eight
passengers on board.
The V2 and Vref speeds are useful for
reference when comparing the TOFL
and LD numbers because they provide an
indication of potential minimum-length
runway performance when low RCR or
runway gradient is a factor.
BCA lists two additional numbers for
large turboprop- and turbofan-powered
airplanes. First, we publish the mission
weight, which is the lower of: (1) the actual
takeoff weight with four passengers (eight
passengers for ultra-long-range aircraft)
and f ull f uel when departing from a
5,000-ft./25C airport or (2) the maximum
allowable takeoff weight when departing
with the same passenger load and at the
same density altitude.
For two-engine aircraft, the mission
weight, when departing from a 5,000-ft./
ISA+20C airport, may be less than the
MTOW because of FAR Part 25 secondsegment, one-engine-inoperative, climb
performance requirements. A ircraft
with highly f lat-rated engines are less
likely to have a Mission Weight that is
performance limited when departing
from hot and high airports.
For three-engine aircraft, the mission
weight usually is based on full tanks and
the actual number of passengers, rather
than being performance limited.
Second, we publish the NBA A IFR
range for the hot and high departure
mission weight, assuming a transition
into standard day, ISA flight conditions
after takeoff. For purposes of computing
NBAA IFR range, the aircraft is flown
at the long-range cruise speed shown in
the Cruise block or at the same speed as
shown in the Range block.

aircraft can depart from a sea-level airport


at MTOW and climb to 10,000 ft. in 8
min., the time to climb is expressed as 8/
FL 100.
We also publish the initial all-engine
climb feet per nautical mile gradient, plus
initial engine-out climb rate and gradient,
for single-engine and multiengine pistons
and turboprops with MTOWs of 12,500
lb. or less.
The one-engine-inoperative (OEI)
climb rate for multi-engine aircraft at
MTOW is derived from the Airplane
Flight Manual. OEI climb rate and
gradient is based on landing gear retracted
and wing flaps in the takeoff configuration used to compute the published
takeoff distance. The climb gradient for
such airplanes is obtained by dividing
the product of the climb rate (fpm) in the
Airplane Flight Manual times 60 by the
Vy or Vyse climb speed, as appropriate.
The OEI climb gradients we show
for FAR Part 23 Commuter Category
and FAR Part 25 Transport Category
aircraft are the second-segment net
climb performance numbers published
in the A FMs. Please note: The A FM
net second-segment climb performance
numbers are adjusted downward by 0.8%
to compensate for variations in pilot
technique and ambient conditions.
The OEI climb gradient is computed
at the same flap configuration used to
calculate the takeoff field length.

Ceilings (ft.)

Cer tificated Altitude


Maximum allowable operating altitude
Maximum

determined by airworthiness authorities


All-Engine Service Ceiling Maximum
altitude at which at least a 100-fpm rate
of climb can be attained, assuming the
aircraft departed a sea-level, standard-day
airport at MTOW and climbed directly
to altitude
OEI (Engine Out) Service Ceiling
Maximum altitude at which a 50-fpm rate
of climb can be attained, assuming the
aircraft departed a sea-level, standard-day
airport at MTOW and climbed directly
to altitude
Sea-Level Cabin (SLC) Altitude
Maximum cruise altitude at which a
14.7-psia, sea-level cabin altitude can be
maintained in a pressurized airplane

Cruise

Cruise performance is computed using


EOW with four occupants or BOW with
four passengers and one-half fuel load.
Ultra-long-range aircraft carry eight
passengers for purposes of computing
cruise performance. Assume 170 lb. for
each occupant of a piston-engine airplane
and 200 lb. for each occupant of a turbinepowered aircraft.
Long Range True Air Speed (TAS),
fuel flow in pounds/hour, flight level (FL)
cruise altitude and specific range for longrange cruise by the manufacturer
Recommended (Piston-Engine Airplanes)
TAS, fuel flow in pounds/hour, FL
cruise altitude and specific range for
normal cruise performance specified by
the manufacturer
High Speed TA S, f uel f low i n
pounds/hour, FL cruise altitude and

Climb

The all-engine time to climb provides an


indication of overall climb performance,
especially if the aircraft has an all-engine
service ceiling well above our sample
top-of-climb altitudes. We provide the
all-engine time to climb to one of three
specific altitudes, based on type of aircraft
departing at MTOW from a sea-level,
standard-day airport: (1) FL 100 (10,000
ft.) for normally aspirated single-engine
and multiengine piston aircraft, plus
pressurized single-engine piston aircraft
and unpressurized turboprop aircraft;
(2) FL 250 for pressurized single-engine
and multi-engine turboprop aircraft; or
(3) FL 370 for turbofan-powered aircraft.
These data are published as time-to-climb
in minutes/climb altitude. For example,
if a non-pressurized twin-engine piston
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specific range for short-range, highspeed performance specif ied by t he


manufacturer
Speed, fuel f low, specific range and
altitude in each category are based on
one mid-weight cruise point and these
data ref lect standard day conditions.
They are not an average for the overall
mission and they are not representative
of the above standard day temperatures at
cruise altitudes commonly encountered in
everyday operations.
BCA imposes a 12,000-ft. maximum
cabin altitude requirement on CAR3/
FAR Part 23 normally aspirated aircraft.
Turbocharged airplanes are limited to
FL 250, providing they are fitted with
supplemental oxygen systems having
sufficient capacity for all occupants for
the duration of the mission. Pressurized
CAR3/FAR Part 23 aircraft are limited
to a maximum cabin altitude of 10,000
ft. For FAR Part 23 Commuter Category
and FAR Part 25 aircraft, the maximum
cabin alt it ude for comput ing cr uise
performance is 8,000 ft.
To conserve space, we use flight levels
(FL) for all cruise altitudes, which is
appropriate considering that we assume
standard day ambient temperature and
pressure conditions. Cruise performance
is subject to BCAs verification.

Range

BCA shows various paper missions for


each aircraft that illustrate range versus
payload tradeoffs, runway and cruise
performance, plus fuel efficiency. Similar
to the cruise profile calculations, BCA
limits the maximum altitude to 12,000 ft.
for normally aspirated, non-pressurized
CAR3/FAR Part 23 aircraft, 25,000 ft.
for turbocharged airplanes with supplemental oxygen, 10,000 ft. cabin altitude

for pressurized CA R 3/ FA R Part 23


airplanes and 8,000 ft. cabin altitude for
FAR Part 23 Commuter Category or FAR
Part 25 aircraft.
Seats-Full Range (Single-Engine Piston
Airplanes) Based on typical executive
configuration with all seats filled with 170
lb. occupants, with maximum available fuel
less 45-min. IFR fuel reserves. We use the
lower of seats full or maximum payload
Tanks Full Range (Single-Engine Piston
Airplanes) Based on one 170-lb. pilot,
full fuel less 45-min. IFR fuel reserves
Executive Payload (Multiengine Piston
Airplanes and Single-Engine Turboprops)
Based on typical executive configuration
with all seats filled with 170-lb. occupants,
maximum available fuel less 45-min. IFR
fuel reserves. We use the lower of seats
full or maximum payload.
Maximum Fuel With Available Payload
(Single-Engine Turboprops) Based on
BOW, plus full fuel and the maximum
available payload up to maximum ramp
weight. Range is based on arriving at
destination with NBAA IFR fuel reserves,
but only a 100-mi. alternate is required.
Ferry (Multiengine Piston Airplanes and
Single-Engine Turboprops) Based on one
170-lb. pilot, maximum fuel less 45-min.
IFR fuel reserves
Please note: None of the missions
for piston-engine aircraft includes fuel
for diverting to an alternate. However,
single-engine turboprops are required to
have NBAA IFR fuel reserves, but only a
100 mi. alternate is required.
N BA A I F R r a nge for m at c r u i se
profiles, having a 200 mi. alternate, are
used for FAR Part 25 Transport Category
turbine-powered aircraft. In the case of
FAR Part 23 turboprops, including those
certified in the Commuter Category, and
FAR Part 23 turbofan aircraft, only a 100

FAR Part 25 and Part 23 Commuter Category OEI Climb Performance


OEI En Route
Climb Performance
Takeoff Flight Path/OEI Climb Gradient (Gear Up)

Accelerate-Go
Takeoff Field Length

Initial OEI Climb


(Gear Down)
Liftoff
Brake
Release
Accelerate-Stop
Distance

Crucial Second
Segment

Obstacle Height Above


Reference Zero

First
Segment

Reference
Zero

Flaps Up (If Applicable)


e
acl

t
Obs
35'

Gear Up
Actual Climb Gradient Required
to Clear Close-in Obstruction
Distance From Reference Zero

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Third or Transition Fourth or Final


Segment
Segment

mi. alternate is needed. The difference


in alternate requirements should be
kept in mind when comparing range
performance of various classes of aircraft.
Available Fuel With Maximum Payload
(Multiengine Turbine Airplanes) Based
on aircraft loaded to maximum zero fuel
weight with maximum available fuel up to
maximum ramp weight, less NBAA IFR
fuel reserves at destination
Available Payload With Maximum Fuel
(Multiengine Turbine Airplanes) Based
on BOW plus full fuel and maximum
available payload up to maximum ramp
weight. Range based on NBA A IFR
reserves at destination.
Full/Maximum Fuel With Four Passengers
(Multiengine Turbine Airplanes) Based on
BOW plus four 200-lb. passengers and the
lesser of full fuel or maximum available
fuel up to maximum ramp weight. Ultralong-range aircraft must have eight
passengers on board.
Ferry (Multiengine Turbine Airplanes)
Based on BOW, required crew and full
fuel, arriving at destination with NBAA
IFR fuel reserves
We allow 2,000-ft. increment step
climbs above the initial cruise altitude to
improve specific range performance, even
though current air traffic rules in North
America provide for 4,000-ft. altitude
semicircular directional traffic separation
above FL 290. The altitude shown in the
range section is the highest cruise altitude
for the trip not the initial cruise or
mid-mission altitude.
The range profiles are in nautical miles,
and the average speed is computed by
dividing that distance by the total flight
time or weight-off-wheels time en route.
The Fuel Used or Trip Fuel includes the
fuel consumed for start, taxi, takeoff,
cruise, descent and landing approach but
not after-landing taxi or reserves.
The Specific Range is obtained by
dividing the distance flown by the total
fuel burn. The Altitude is the highest
cruise altitude achieved on the specific
mission profile shown.

Missions

Various paper missions are computed


to illustrate the runway requirements,
speeds, fuel burns and specific range,
plus cruise altitudes. The mission ranges
are chosen to be representative for the
airplane category. A ll fixed-distance
missions are flown with four passengers
on board, except for ultra-long-range
airplanes, which have eight passengers on
board. The pilot is counted as a passenger
on board piston-engine airplanes. If
an airplane cannot complete a specific
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Jets 20,000 lb

fixed distance mission with the appropriate payload, BCA shows a reduction of
payload in the remarks section or marks
the fields NP (Not Possible) at our option.
Runway performance is obtained from
the Approved Airplane Flight Manual.
Takeoff distance is listed for single-engine
airplanes; accelerate/stop distance is listed
for piston twins and light turboprops; and
takeoff field length, which often corresponds to balanced field length, is used
for FAR Part 23 Commuter Category and
FAR Part 25 large Transport Category
airplanes.
Flight Time (takeoff to touchdown,
or weight-off-wheels, time) is shown for
turbine airplanes. Some piston-engine
manufacturers also include taxi time,
resulting in a chock-to-chock, Block
Time measurement. Fuel Used, though,
is the actual block fuel burn for each type
of aircraft, but it does not include fuel
reserves. The cruise altitude shown is that
which is specified by the manufacturer for
fixed-distance missions.
200 nm (Piston-engine airplanes)
500 nm (Piston-engine airplanes)
300 nm (Turbine-engine airplanes,
except ultra-long range)
600 nm (Turbine-engine airplanes,
except ultra-long range)
1,000 nm (A ll t urbine-engine
airplanes)
3,0 0 0 nm ( U lt r a-long -r a nge
turbine-engine airplanes)
6,000 nm ( U lt ra-long-ra nge
turbine-engine airplanes)

Remarks

In this section, BCA generally includes


t he ba se pr ice, if it is ava i lable or
applicable; the certification basis and
year; and any notes about estimations,
limitations or qualifications regarding
specifications, performance or price.
All prices are in 2013 dollars, FOB at a
U.S. delivery point, unless otherwise
noted. The certification basis includes
the regulation under which the airplane
was originally type certified, the year
in which it was originally certified and,
if applicable, subsequent years during
which the airplane was re-certified.

General

The following abbreviations are used


throughout the tables: NA means not
available; indicates the information
is not applicable; and NP signifies that
specific performance is not possible. BCA

Jets <20,000 lb

Turboprops >12,500 lb

Turboprops 12,500 lb

Single-Engine Turboprops

Multiengine Pistons, Turbocharged

Multiengine Pistons

Single-Engine Pistons, Pressurized

Single-Engine Pistons, Turbocharged

Single-Engine Pistons
Powerplant Systems
Batt temp indicator (nicad only, for each battery)

l l l l
Engine synchronization
l
Fire detection, each engine

l l l l
Fire extinguishing, each engine

l l
Propeller, reversible pitch

l l l
Propellers, synchronized
l l
Thrust reversers/attenuators
l
Avionics
ADF





l l l l
Air data computer

l l l
Altitude alerter
l l l l
Altitude encoder
l l l l l l l l l
Antennas, headsets, microphones
l l l l l l l l l
Audio control panel
l l l l l l l l l
Automatic flight guidance, 2-axis, alt hold
l l l





Automatic flight guidance, 3-axis, alt hold
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DME


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Corrosion-proofing, internal
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Alternate static pressure source (not required with 2 DADC)
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Approval, flight into known icing

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Ice protection plates


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Static wicks
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Business Airplanes

SINGLE-ENGINE PISTONS normally aspirated


Manufacturer

Cirrus Design

SI

Model

SR20

BCA Equipped Price

$319,900

Cessna
Skylane
CE-182T
$398,100

Piper Aircraft
Arrow
PA-28R-201
$462,400

Cirrus Design

$479,900

Mooney
Ovation2 GX
M-20R
$495,000
1+3/4

SR22

1+3/4

1+3/3

1+3/3

1+3/4

Wing Loading

21.0

17.8

16.2

23.5

19.3

Power Loading

15.25

13.48

13.75

11.61

12.03

Noise (dBA)

83.4

77.7

77.7

83.7

78.7

External
Dimensions
(ft.)

Length

26.0

29.0

24.7

26.0

26.9

Height

8.9

9.3

7.9

8.9

8.3

Span

38.3

36.0

35.4

38.3

36.1

Internal
Dimensions
(ft.)

Length

8.0

7.2

7.7

8.0

8.1

Height

4.1

4.0

3.7

4.1

3.7

Width

4.1

3.5

3.5

4.1

3.6

Engine

Cont
IO-360-ES

Lyc
IO-540-AB1A5

Lyc
IO-360-C1C6

Cont
IO-550-N

Cont
IO-550-G

Seating

Characteristics

Power

Output (hp)
Inspection Interval

Weights (lb.)

230

200

310

280

2,000t

2,000t

2,000t

2,000t

Max Ramp

3,050

3,110

2,758

3,600

3,374

Max Takeoff

3,050

3,100

2,750

3,600

3,368

Max Landing

3,050

2,950

2,750

3,600

3,200

Zero Fuel

2,900c

2,976b

2,636b

3,400c

3,224b

EOW

2,260

2,128

1,968

1,798

2,260

Max Payload

772

1,008

838

1,140

964

Useful Load

922

1,142

960

1,340

1,114

Max Baggage

130

200

200

130

120

Max Fuel

336

522

432

552

600

We

Available Payload w/Max Fuel

586

620

528

788

514

Available Fuel w/Max Payload


Vne

150
204

135
175

122
183

200
205

150
195

Vno

166

140

146

176

174

Va

131

110

118

140

127

TO (SL elev./ISA temp.)

2,221

1,514

1,600

1,756

1,620

TO (5,000 elev.@25C)

3,752

2,708

3,250

3,016

2,500

Vso

61

50

55

64

59

Vx

83

65

78

88

80

Vy

96

80

90

108

105

16/FL 100

15/FL 100

16/FL 100

11/FL 100

12/FL 100

581

694

560

775

714

17,500

18,100

16,200

17,500

20,000

140

125

124

160

163

Limits

Airport
Performance

Time to Climb (min.)/Altitude

Climb

Initial Gradient (ft./nm)

Ceiling (ft.)

Service
TAS
Long
Range

Cruise

200
2,000t

Cha

Recommended

Fuel Flow

50

61

51

68

50

Altitude

FL 080

FL 120

FL 100

FL 080

FL 120

Specific Range

2.800

2.049

2.431

2.353

3.260

TAS

152

135

130

171

186

Fuel Flow

63

69

68

92

84

Altitude

FL 080

FL 100

FL 090

FL 080

FL 120

Specific Range

2.413

1.957

1.912

1.859

2.214

159

144

137

180

190

Fuel Flow

70

83

76

107

96

Altitude

FL 080

FL 060

FL 060

FL 080

FL 080

Specific Range
Nautical Miles

2.271
584

1.735
770

1.803
537

1.682
1,118

1.979
1,075

Average Speed

140

123

121

162

161

Fuel Used

210

401

156

492

438

TAS
High Speed

Seats Full

Tanks Full

2.781/FL 080

1.920/FL 120

3.442/FL 070

2.272/FL 080

2.454/FL 120

764

927

926

1,118

1,465

Average Speed

140

123

121

162

173

Fuel Used

275

477

408

492

558

2.778/FL 080

1.943/FL 120

2.270/FL 070

2.272/FL 080

2.625/FL 120

Runway

1,446

1,515

1,600

1,303

1,230

Block Time

1+18

1+37

1+29

1+09

1+13

Fuel Used

100

123

125

127

115

2.000/FL 080

1.626/FL 120

1.600/FL 070

1.575/FL 080

1.739/FL 050

Runway

1,446

1,515

1,600

1,519

1,290

Block Time

3+17

3+52

3+50

2+49

2+58

Specific Range/Altitude

200 nm

Specific Range/Altitude

Missions
(4 occupants)
500 nm

Fuel Used
Specific Range/Altitude
Suggested Base Price

Remarks

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269

278

305

221

2.212/FL 080

1.859/FL 120

1.799/FL 090

1.639/FL 080

2.262/FL 100

$319,900

$398,100

$431,490

$479,900

$495,000

CAR 3, 1976/2001
Includes Garmin G500.

FAR 23, 2000


Includes Garmin
Perspective avionics;
MTOW increased by
200 lb.

CAR 3/FAR 23, 1955/94


Includes Garmin G1000.

FAR 23, 1999


Includes Garmin
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Specific Range/Altitude

Ranges

Pe

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with GFC700 autopilot.

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Manufacturer
Model
BCA Equipped Price

Cessna
Stationair
CE-206H
$557,500

GA8 Airvan (Pty) Ltd.


Airvan
GA-8
$726,960

Beechcraft Corp.
Bonanza G36
G36
$765,900
1+4/5

1+3/4

1+5/5

1+6/7

Wing Loading

19.3

20.7

20.7

20.2

Power Loading

10.86

12.00

13.33

12.17

Seating

Characteristics

Mooney
Ovation3
M-20R
$520,000

NA

84.5

84.9

76.7

External
Dimensions
(ft.)

Length

26.9

28.3

29.3

27.5

Height

8.3

9.3

12.8

8.6

Span

36.1

36.0

40.7

33.5

Internal
Dimensions
(ft.)

Length

8.1

9.3

11.6

12.6

Height

3.7

4.1

3.7

4.2

Width

3.6

3.5

4.2

3.5

Engine

Cont
IO-550-G-AP

Lyc
IO-540-AC1A5

Lyc
IO-540-K1A5

Cont
IO-550-B

Noise (dBA)

Power

Output (hp)
Inspection Interval

300

300

300

2,000t

2,000t

1,700t

Max Ramp

3,374

3,614

4,014

3,663

Max Takeoff

3,368

3,600

4,000

3,650

Max Landing

3,200

3,600

4,000

3,650

Zero Fuel

3,197b

3,449b

3,849b

3,509b

EOW

2,630

2,260

2,254

2,241

Max Payload

937

1,195

1,608

879

Useful Load

1,114

1,360

1,773

1,033

Max Baggage

120

180

180

670

Max Fuel

600

522

540

444

Available Payload w/Max Fuel

514

838

1,233

589

Available Fuel w/Max Payload


Vne

177
195

166
182

166
185

154
203

Weights (lb.)

Limits

Airport
Performance

Vno

174

149

143

165

Va

127

125

121

139

TO (SL elev./ISA temp.)

1,620

1,860

1,860

1,913

TO (5,000 elev.@25C)

2,500

3,670

3,670

3,450

Vso

59

57

57

59

Vx

80

70

70

84

Vy
Time to Climb (min.)/Altitude

Climb
Ceiling (ft.)
Long
Range

Cruise

310
2,000t

Recommended

High Speed

Seats Full

Tanks Full

500 nm

691

787

730

NA

15,700

20,000

18,500
160

TAS

163

127

127

Fuel Flow

50

78

78

71

Altitude

FL 120

FL 120

FL 120

FL 80

Specific Range

3.260

1.628

1.628

2.254

TAS

186

135

135

167

Fuel Flow

84

88

88

86

Altitude

FL 120

FL 080

FL 080

FL 80

Specific Range

2.214

1.534

1.534

1.942

TAS

196

142

142

174

Fuel Flow

114

101

101

94

Altitude

FL 120

FL 060

FL 060

FL 080

Specific Range
Nautical Miles

1.719
1,075

1.406
415

1.406
487

1.851
273

Average Speed

161

123

124

153

Fuel Used

438

295

339

140

2.454/FL 120

1.407/FL 120

1.437/FL 120

1.950/FL 040
859

Nautical Miles

1,465

690

690

Average Speed

173

125

125

159

Fuel Used

558

464

464

403

2.625/FL 120

1.487/FL 120

1.487/FL 120

2.132/FL 080

Runway

1,230

1,860

1,860

1,694

Block Time

1+13

1+38

1+38

1+11

Fuel Used

115

157

157

130

1.739/FL 050

1.274/FL 120

1.274/FL 120

1.538/FL 060

Runway

1,290

1,860

1,860

2,054

Block Time

2+58

3+55

3+55

2+54

Fuel Used

221

339

339

304

2.262/FL 100

1.475/FL 120

1.475/FL 120

1.645/FL 060

$520,000

$557,500

$726,960

$759,000

CAR 3/FAR 23, 1955/94;


STC SA02483CH
Includes Garmin G1000.

FAR 23, 1998


Includes Garmin G1000 with
GFC700 autopilot.

FAR 23 A 54
All data preliminary;
includes Garmin G500.

CAR 3, 1956/69/83/2005
Restyled interior;
new, lightweight A/C system;
Garmin G1000 with SVS.

Specific Range/Altitude
Suggested Base Price

Remarks

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14/FL 100

NA

Specific Range/Altitude

Missions
(4 occupants)

86
15/FL 100

Service

Specific Range/Altitude

200 nm

86
15/FL 100

Initial Gradient (ft./nm)

Specific Range/Altitude

Ranges

105
10/FL 100

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Manufacturer
Model
BCA Equipped Price
Seating
Wing Loading
Power Loading
Noise (dBA)
Length
Height
Span
Length
Height
Width

Characteristics

External
Dimensions
(ft.)
Internal
Dimensions
(ft.)

Engine

Power

Weights (lb.)

Limits

Airport
Performance

Climb
Ceilings (ft.)

Cruise

Ranges

Missions
(4 occupants)

Output (hp)
Inspection Interval
Max Ramp
Max Takeoff
Max Landing
Zero Fuel
EOW
Max Payload
Useful Load
Max Baggage
Max Fuel
Available Payload w/Max Fuel
Available Fuel w/Max Payload
Vne
Vno
Va
TO (SL elev./ISA Temp.)
TO (5,000 elev.@25C)
Vso
Vx
Vy
Time to Climb (min.)/Altitude
Initial Gradient (ft./nm)
Certificated
Service
TAS
Fuel Flow
Long
Range
Altitude
Specific Range
TAS
Fuel Flow
Recommended
Altitude
Specific Range
TAS
Fuel Flow
High Speed
Altitude
Specific Range
Nautical Miles
Average Speed
Seats Full
Fuel Used
Specific Range/Altitude
Nautical Miles
Average Speed
Tanks Full
Fuel Used
Specific Range/Altitude
Runway
Block Time
200 nm
Fuel Used
Specific Range/Altitude
Runway
Block Time
500 nm
Fuel Used
Specific Range/Altitude
Suggested Base Price

Remarks

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Cessna
Turbo Skylane
CE-T182T
$443,500
1+3/3
17.8
13.19
75.4
29.0
9.3
36.0
7.2
4.0
3.5
Lyc
TIO-540-AK1A
235
2,000t
3,112
3,100
2,950
2,953b
2,029
924
1,083
200
522
561
159
175
140
110
1,385
1,928
50
64
84
10/FL 100
743
20,000
20,000
132
62
FL 200
2.129
158
86
FL 200
1.837
165
98
FL 200
1.684
547
134
304
1.799/FL 200
915
134
476
1.922/FL 200
1,385
1+24
144
1.389/FL 120
1,385
3+14
319
1.567/FL 200
$443,500

Cessna
Skylane JT-A
CE-J182T
$515,000
1+3/3
17.8
13.66
NA
28.5
9.3
36.0
7.2
4.0
3.5
SMA
SR305-230E-C1
227
NA
3,110
3,100
2,950
NA
2,092
NA
1,018
200
583
435
NA
NA
NA
NA
1,385
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA/FL 100
NA
20,000
20,000
NA
NA
FL 200
NA
NA
NA
FL 200
NA
156
NA
FL 100
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA/NA
1,025
NA
NA
NA/FL 140
NA
NA
NA
NA/NA
NA
NA
NA
NA/NA
$515,000

Cirrus Design
SR22T
SR 22
$569,900
1+3/4
23.5
11.43
80.3
26.0
8.9
38.3
8.0
4.1
4.1
Cont
TSIO-550-K
315
2,000t
3,609
3,600
3,600
3,400c
2,342
1,058
1,267
130
552
715
209
205
176
140
1,517
2,268
64
88
103
7/FL 100
782
25,000
25,000
171
76
FL 250
2.250
201
98
FL 250
2.051
213
110
FL 250
1.936
1,021
171
486
2.101/FL 250
1,021
171
486
2.101/FL 250
1,405
1+08
197
1.015/FL 100
1,699
2+28
360
1.389/FL 180
$544,900

Cessna
Turbo Stationair
CE-T206H
$597,500
1+5/5
20.7
11.61
75.8
28.3
9.3
36.0
9.3
4.1
3.7
Lyc
TIO-540-AJ1A
310
2,000t
3,617
3,600
3,600
3,429b
2,336
1,093
1,281
180
522
759
188
182
149
125
1,740
2,470
57
69
89
11/FL 100
724
25,000
27,000
137
85
FL 240
1.612
155
99
FL 240
1.566
164
114
FL 200
1.439
200
139
185
1.081/FL 200
618
137
459
1.346/FL 240
1,743
1+25
170
1.176/FL 120
1,743
3+21
373
1.340/FL 240
$597,500

FAR 23, 2001


Includes Garmin G1000
with GFC700 autopilot.

FAR 23 pending
All data preliminary;
includes Garmin G1000
with GFC700 autopilot.

FAR 23, 2010


Includes Perspective Global
Connect worldwide weather;
200-lb. MTOW increase.

FAR 23, 1998


Includes Garmin G1000
with GFC700 autopilot.

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Model
BCA Equipped Price
Seating
Wing Loading
Power Loading
Noise (dBA)
Length
Height
Span
Length
Height
Width

Characteristics

External
Dimensions
(ft.)
Internal
Dimensions
(ft.)

Engine

Power

Weights (lb.)

Limits

Airport
Performance

Climb
Ceilings (ft.)

Cruise

Ranges

Missions
(4 occupants)

Output (hp)
Inspection Interval
Max Ramp
Max Takeoff
Max Landing
Zero Fuel
EOW
Max Payload
Useful Load
Max Baggage
Max Fuel
Available Payload w/Max Fuel
Available Fuel w/Max Payload
Vne
Vno
Va
TO (SL elev./ISA Temp.)
TO (5,000 elev.@25C)
Vso
Vx
Vy
Time to Climb (min.)/Altitude
Initial Gradient (ft./nm)
Certificated
Service
TAS
Fuel Flow
Long
Range
Altitude
Specific Range
TAS
Fuel Flow
Recommended
Altitude
Specific Range
TAS
Fuel Flow
High Speed
Altitude
Specific Range
Nautical Miles
Average Speed
Seats Full
Fuel Used
Specific Range/Altitude
Nautical Miles
Average Speed
Tanks Full
Fuel Used
Specific Range/Altitude
Runway
Block Time
200 nm
Fuel Used
Specific Range/Altitude
Runway
Block Time
500 nm
Fuel Used
Specific Range/Altitude
Suggested Base Price

Remarks

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Mooney
Acclaim Type S
MO-20TN
$635,000
1+3/3
19.2
12.03
78.0
26.9
8.3
36.4
8.1
3.7
3.6
Cont
TSIO-550-G
280
2,000t
3,374
3,368
3,200
3,173b
2,378
795
996
120
612
384
201
195
174
127
2,100
3,100
60
80
105
7/FL 100
770
25,000
25,000
215
99
FL 250
2.172
227
128
FL 180
1.773
242
130
FL 250
1.862
500
178
259
1.931/FL 160
1,122
200
539
2.082/FL 250
1,300
1+05
139
1.439/FL 120
1,380
2+54
259
1.931/FL 250
$635,000

Cessna
Corvalis TTX
LC41-550-FG
$733,950
1+3/3
25.5
11.61
81.5
25.2
9.0
36.0
7.9
4.1
4.0
Cont
TSIO-550-C
310
2,000t
3,600
3,600
3,420
3,300c
2,600
700
1,000
120
612
388
300
230
181
158
1,900
2,460
61
82
110
7/FL 100
701
25,000
25,000
208
78
FL 250
2.667
227
130
FL 250
1.746
235
152
FL 250
1.546
450
199
262
1.718/FL 250
1,189
204
539
2.206/FL 250
1,900
1+05
150
1.333/FL 120
1,900
2+24
336
1.488/FL 250
$733,950

GA8 Airvan (Pty) Ltd.


GA8 Airvan TC
GA8-320 TC
$761,030
1+6/7
20.7
13.13
85.4
28.3
9.3
36.0
11.6
3.7
4.2
Lyc
TIO-540-AH1A
320
1,800t
4,214
4,200
4,000
4,053b
2,349
1,704
1,865
180
540
1,325
161
185
143
121
1,840
2,788
61
71
81
13/FL 100
825
20,000
20,000
125
68
FL 200
1.838
130
78
FL 200
1.667
135
98
FL 200
1.378
233
125
220
1.059/FL 200
618
125
459
1.346/FL 200
1,743
1+35
125
1.600/FL 120
1,743
3+30
373
1.340/FL 200
$597,500

CAR 3, 1955/89/2006
Includes Garmin G1000.

FAR 23
Includes Garmin G2000
with GFC700 autopilot.

FAR 23, 1998


All data preliiminary;
includes Garmin G1000
with GFC700 autopilot.

NOTICE TO READERS
During recent years, the U.S.
Federal Trade Commission has
conducted investigations into
the practice of certain industries in fixing and advertising
list prices. It is the position of
the FTC that it is deceptive to
the public and against the law
for list prices of any product to
be specified or advertised in
a trade area if the majority of
sales are made at less than
those prices.
BCA is not in a position to
know the prices for most of
the sales in each trading area
in the United States for each
of the products in this issue.
Therefore, the prices shown in
the tables and text in the Purchase Planning Handbook are
based on suggested list prices
furnished to us by the manufacturers or distributors, or on
prices estimated by the editors.
It may be possible to purchase
some items in your trading area
at prices less than those reported in this issue of BCA. Also,
almost all manufacturers and
distributors caution that prices
are subject to change without
notice.

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SINGLE-ENGINE PISTONS pressurized


Manufacturer
Model
BCA Equipped Price
Seating
Wing Loading
Power Loading
Noise (dBA)
Length
Height
Span
Length
Height
Width

Characteristics

External
Dimensions
(ft.)
Internal
Dimensions
(ft.)

Engine

Power

Weights (lb.)

Limits

Airport
Performance

Climb
Ceilings (ft.)

Cruise

Ranges

Missions
(4 occupants)

Output (hp)
Inspection Interval
Max Ramp
Max Takeoff
Max Landing
Zero Fuel
EOW
Max Payload
Useful Load
Max Baggage
Max Fuel
Available Payload w/Max Fuel
Available Fuel w/Max Payload
Vne
Vno
Va
PSI
TO (SL elev./ISA temp.)
TO (5,000 elev.@25C)
Vso
Vx
Vy
Time to Climb (min.)/Altitude
Initial Gradient (ft./nm)
Certificated
Service
Sea-Level Cabin
TAS
Fuel Flow
Long
Range
Altitude
Specific Range
TAS
Fuel Flow
Recommended
Altitude
Specific Range
TAS
Fuel Flow
High Speed
Altitude
Specific Range
Nautical Miles
Average Speed
Seats Full
Fuel Used
Specific Range/Altitude
Nautical Miles
Average Speed
Tanks Full
Fuel Used
Specific Range/Altitude
Runway
Block Time
200 nm
Fuel Used
Specific Range/Altitude
Runway
Block Time
500 nm
Fuel Used
Specific Range/Altitude
Suggested Base Price

Remarks

Certification Basis

Piper Aircraft
Piper Aircraft
Malibu Matrix Malibu Mirage
PA-46R-350
PA-46-350P
$1,014,950
$1,178,875
1+4/5
1+4/5
24.8
24.8
12.40
12.40
81.0
81.0
28.9
28.9
11.3
11.3
43.0
43.0
12.4
12.4
3.9
3.9
4.2
4.2
Lyc
Lyc
TIO-540-AE2A
TIO-540-AE2A
350
350
2,000t
2,000t
4,358
4,358
4,340
4,340
4,123
4,123
4,123c
4,123c
2,969
3,146
1,154
977
1,389
1,212
200
200
720
720
669
492
235
235
198
198
168
168
133
133
5.5
5.5
2,090
2,090
2,977
2,977
58
58
81
81
110
110
8/FL 100
8/FL 100
703
703
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000

12,300
156
156
66
66
FL 250
FL 250
2.364
2.364
203
203
108
108
FL 250
FL 250
1.880
1.880
213
213
120
120
FL 250
FL 250
1.775
1.775
867
535
151
138
457
312
1.897/FL 200
1.715/FL 120
1,343
1,343
158
159
658
670
2.041/FL 250
2.004/FL 250
2,090
2,090
1+07
1+06
168
167
1.190/FL 120
1.198/FL 200
2,090
2,090
2+31
2+31
350
350
1.429/FL 250
1.429/FL 250
$939,950
$1,078,875
FAR 23,
FAR 23,
1983/88
1983/88
Includes Garmin Includes Garmin
G1000; FIKI
G1000 with SVS
optional.
and FIKI.

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multiengine Pistons normally aspirated


Manufacturer
Model
BCA Equipped Price
Characteristics
External
Dimensions
(ft.)
Internal
Dimensions
(ft.)

Seating
Wing Loading
Power Loading
Noise (dBA)
Length
Height
Span
Length
Height
Width
Engines

Power

Weights (lb.)

Limits

Airport
Performance

Climb

Ceilings (ft.)

Cruise

Ranges

Missions
(4 occupants)

Remarks

Output (hp each)


Inspection Interval
Max Ramp
Max Takeoff
Max Landing
Zero Fuel
EOW
Max Payload
Useful Load
Executive Payload
Max Fuel
Payload Max Fuel
Available Fuel w/Max Payload
Available Fuel w/Executive Payload
Vne
Vno
Va
TO (SL elev./ISA Temp.)
TO (5,000 elev.@25C)
A/S (SL elev./ISA)
A/S (5,000 elev.@25C)
Vmca
Vdec
Vxse
V yse
Time to Climb (min.)/Altitude
Initial Engine-Out Rate (fpm)
Initial All-Engine Gradient (ft./nm)
Initial Engine-Out Gradient (ft./nm)
Certificated
All-Engine Service
Engine-Out Service
TAS
Fuel Flow
Long
Range
Altitude
Specific Range
TAS
Fuel Flow
Recommended
Altitude
Specific Range
TAS
Fuel Flow
High Speed
Altitude
Specific Range
Nautical Miles
Average Speed
Executive Payload
Trip Fuel
Specific Range/Altitude
Nautical Miles
Average Speed
Ferry
Trip Fuel
Specific Range/Altitude
Runway
Block Time
200 nm
Fuel Used
Specific Range/Altitude
Runway
Block Time
500 nm
Fuel Used
Specific Range/Altitude
Suggested Base Price
Certification Basis

Vulcanair SpA
P.68C
P 68C
$960,000
1+5/6
22.9
11.49
74.7
31.3
11.2
39.4
10.6
3.9
3.8
2 Lyc
IO-360-A1B6
200
2,000t
4,630
4,594
4,365
4,167c
3,153
1,014
1,477
1,020
1,063
415
463
457
194
154
132
1,312
4,000
2,149
2,854
60
70
82
88
12/FL 100
217
1,100
147
18,000
5,000
144
94
FL 080
1.532
155
108
FL 080
1.435
162
116
FL 080
1.397
575
145
395
1.456/FL 080
855
145
561
1.524/FL 080
1,450
1+28
140
1.429/FL 080
1,500
3+25
375
1.333/FL 080
$960,000

Vulcanair SpA
Victor
P 68R
$978,000
1+5/6
21.6
10.80
74.7
31.3
11.2
39.4
10.6
3.9
3.8
2 Lyc
IO-360-A1B6
200
2,000t
4,357
4,321
4,321
4,147b
3,197
950
1,160
1,020
1,063
98
210
140
193
153
125
1,260
4,000
2,300
4,025
60
70
82
88
12/FL 100
217
920
147
20,000
5,650
144
94
FL 80
1.532
155
108
FL 080
1.435
162
116
FL 080
1.397
575
145
395
1.456/FL 080
855
145
561
1.524/FL 080
1,450
1+28
140
1.429/FL 080
1,500
3+25
375
1.333/FL 080
$978,000

Cha

Pe

(4

FAR 23,
EASA 23, 2009
1976/80
Garmin G950;
Garmin G950; STEC
55X DFCS.
STEC 55X DFCS.

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multiengine Pistons normally aspiraTED


Manufacturer

Model
BCA Equipped Price
Seating
Wing Loading
Power Loading
Noise (dBA)
Length
Height
Span
Length
Height
Width

Characteristics
External
Dimensions
(ft.)
Internal
Dimensions
(ft.)

Engines

Power

Weights (lb.)

Limits

Airport
Performance

Climb

Ceilings (ft.)

Cruise

80

Ranges

80

Missions
(4 occupants)

80

09
0;
CS.

bca

Output (hp each)


Inspection Interval
Max Ramp
Max Takeoff
Max Landing
Zero Fuel
EOW
Max Payload
Useful Load
Executive Payload
Max Fuel
Payload Max Fuel
Available Fuel w/Max Payload
Available Fuel w/Executive Payload
Vne
Vno
Va
TO (SL elev./ISA Temp.)
TO (5,000 elev.@25C)
A/S (SL elev./ISA)
A/S (5,000 elev.@25C)
Vmca
Vdec
Vxse
V yse
Time to Climb (min.)/Altitude
Initial Engine-Out Rate (fpm)
Initial All-Engine Gradient (ft./nm)
Initial Engine-Out Gradient (ft./nm)
Certificated
All-Engine Service
Engine-Out Service
TAS
Fuel Flow
Long
Range
Altitude
Specific Range
TAS
Fuel Flow
Recommended
Altitude
Specific Range
TAS
Fuel Flow
High Speed
Altitude
Specific Range
Nautical Miles
Average Speed
Executive Payload
Trip Fuel
Specific Range/Altitude
Nautical Miles
Average Speed
Ferry
Trip Fuel
Specific Range/Altitude
Runway
Block Time
200 nm
Fuel Used
Specific Range/Altitude
Runway
Block Time
500 nm
Fuel Used
Specific Range/Altitude
Suggested Base Price

Remarks

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Certification Basis

Beechcraft Corp.
Baron G58
G58
$1,373,900
1+4/5
27.6
9.17
77.6
29.8
9.8
37.8
12.6
4.2
3.5
2 Cont
IO-550-C
300
1,700t
5,524
5,500
5,400
5,215b
4,030
1,185
1,494
850
1,164
330
309
644
223
195
165
2,345
4,144
3,009
4,335
84
85
100
101
10/FL 100
390
988
232
20,688
7,284
185
144
FL 080
1.285
192
174
FL 080
1.103
200
190
FL 080
1.053
668
177
561
1.191/FL 040
1,480
180
1,081
1.369/FL 120
2,878
1+02
227
0.881/FL 060
2,957
2+31
531
0.942/FL 060
$1,367,000
CAR 3
1957/69/83/2005
Restyled Interior;
new, lightweight A/C;
Garmin G1000
with SVS.

multiengine Pistons turbocharged


Manufacturer

Vulcanair SpA

Model

P 68C-TC

BCA Equipped Price


Characteristics
External
Dimensions
(ft.)
Internal
Dimensions
(ft.)

Seating
Wing Loading
Power Loading
Noise (dBA)
Length
Height
Span
Length
Height
Width
Engines

Power

Weights (lb.)

Limits

Airport
Performance

Climb

Ceilings (ft.)

Cruise

Ranges

Missions
(4 occupants)

Remarks

Output (hp each)


Inspection Interval
Max Ramp
Max Takeoff
Max Landing
Zero Fuel
EOW
Max Payload
Useful Load
Executive Payload
Max Fuel
Payload Max Fuel
Available Fuel w/Max Payload
Available Fuel w/Executive Payload
Vne
Vno
Va
PSI
TO (SL elev./ISA temp.)
TO (5,000 elev.@25C)
A/S (SL elev./ISA)
A/S (5,000 elev.@25C)
Vmca
Vdec
Vxse
V yse
Time to Climb (min.)/Altitude
Initial Engine-Out Rate (fpm)
Initial All-Engine Gradient (ft./nm)
Initial Engine-Out Gradient (ft./nm)
Certificated
All-Engine Service
Engine-Out Service
Sea-Level Cabin
TAS
Fuel Flow
Long
Range
Altitude
Specific Range
TAS
Fuel Flow
Recommended
Altitude
Specific Range
TAS
Fuel Flow
High Speed
Altitude
Specific Range
Nautical Miles
Average Speed
Executive Payload
Trip Fuel
Specific Range/Altitude
Nautical Miles
Average Speed
Ferry
Trip Fuel
Specific Range/Altitude
Runway
Block Time
200 nm
Fuel Used
Specific Range/Altitude
Runway
Block Time
500 nm
Fuel Used
Specific Range/Altitude
Suggested Base Price
Certification Basis

Piper Aircraft
Seneca V
PA-34-220T
$1,047,400
1+4/5
22.8
10.80
75.6
28.6
9.9
38.9
10.4
3.6
4.1
2 Cont
TSIO-360-RB
220
1,800t
4,773
4,750
4,513
4,479c
3,491
988
1,282
850
732
550
294
432
204
164
139

1,707
2,435
2,510
3,117
66
73
83
88
7/FL 100
253
996
173
25,000
25,000
16,500
167
108
FL 230
1.546
196
144
FL 250
1.361
200
156
FL 230
1.282
449
153
348
1.290/FL 130
866
160
648
1.336/FL 180
1,520
1+10
213
0.939/FL 120
1,610
2+41
476
1.050/FL 200
$972,400

$1,015,000
1+5/5
20.7
10.45
74.7
37.6
11.2
39.4
10.6
3.9
3.8
2 Lyc
TIO-360-C1A6D
210
2,000t
4,442
4,387
4,365
4,140b
2,976
1,164
1,466
1,020
1,146
320
302
446
193
153
126

1,260
2,200
2,300
3,000
63
NA
NA
NA
10/FL 100
240
1,400
NA
20,000
20,000
11,500

144
100
FL 080
1.440
155
125
FL 080
1.240
162
150
FL 080
1.080
1,050
145
942
1.115/FL 080
1,100
145
950
1.158/FL 080
NA
1+28
260
0.769/FL 080
NA
3+25
485
1.031/FL 080
$1,015,000
FAR 23, 1982
Data BCA estimate;
FAR 23, 1971/80/97
Garmin G950, glass
Includes Garmin G600.
cockpit, STEC 55X DFGS.

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Business Airplanes

single-engine turboprops
Manufacturer

Quest Aircraft
Kodiak
Kodiak 100
$1,960,125
1+5/9
30.2
9.67
84.4
33.8
15.3
45.0
15.8
4.8
4.5
P&WC
PT6A-34
750/ISA+7C
4,000t
7,305
7,255
6,690
6,490c
4,428
2,062
2,877
1,000
2,144
733
815
1,877
180
143

1,468
2,396
60
73
101
9/FL 100
915
25,000
25,000

139
229
FL 100
0.607
171
326
FL 100
0.525
1,079
139
1,907
0.566/FL 100
1,079
139
1,907
0.566/FL 100
1,181
142
1,907
0.619/FL 160
937
1+49
583
0.515/FL 100
975
3+38
1,166
0.515/FL 100
1,467
5+54
1,907
0.524/FL 100
$1,750,000

Cessna
Caravan
CE-208
$2,133,350
1+9/13*
28.6
11.85
79.0
37.6
14.9
52.1
12.7
4.5
5.3
P&WC
PT6A-114A
675/ISA+31C
3,600t
8,035
8,000
7,800
7,432b
4,925
2,507
3,110
1,800
2,224
886
604
1,310
175
150

2,055
2,973
61
90
107
9/FL 100
771
25,000
25,000

157
281
FL 100
0.559
186
379
FL 100
0.491
455
155
876
0.519/FL 100
965
156
1,795
0.538/FL 100
970
156
1,800
0.539/FL 100
1,468
1+40
648
0.463/FL 100
1,675
3+17
1,260
0.476/FL 100
NP
NP
NP
NP
$1,866,550

Piper Aircraft
Meridian
PA-46-500TP
$2,276,325
1+4/5
27.8
10.18
76.8
29.6
11.3
43.0
12.3
3.9
4.1
P&WC
PT6A-42A
500/ISA+55C
3,600t
5,134
5,092
4,850
4,850c
3,644
1,206
1,490
800
1,140
350
284
690
188
127
5.5
2,438
3,691
69
95
125
19/FL 250
753
30,000
30,000
12,300
179
135
FL 280
1.326
257
241
FL 280
1.066
699
180
649
1.077/FL 280
953
180
841
1.133/FL 280
1,072
220
978
1.096/FL 280
2,250
1+22
379
0.792/FL 280
2,400
2+32
661
0.908/FL 280
2,438
4+34
920
1.087/FL 280
$2,276,325

FAR 23, 2007


Normal category;
includes Garmin
G1000.

FAR 23, 1984/98


*Export only;
Garmin G1000 with
GFC700 autopilot.

FAR 23 A 52
*1,000-nm,
3 passenger
mission; Garmin
G1000 with SVS.

Model
BCA Equipped Price
Seating
Wing Loading
Power Loading
Noise (dBA)
Length
Height
Span
Length
Height
Width

Characteristics
External
Dimensions
(ft.)
Internal
Dimensions
(ft.)

Engine

Power

Weights (lb.)

Limits

Airport
Performance

Climb
Ceilings (ft.)

Cruise

NBAA IFR
Ranges
(100-nm
alternate)

Missions
(4 passengers)

Output (shp)/Flat Rating


Inspection Interval
Max Ramp
Max Takeoff
Max Landing
Zero Fuel
BOW
Max Payload
Useful Load
Executive Payload
Max Fuel
Available Payload w/Max Fuel
Available Fuel w/Max Payload
Available Fuel w/Executive Payload
Vmo
Va
PSI
TO (SL elev./ISA temp.)
TO (5,000 elev.@25C)
Vso
Vx
Vy
Time to Climb (min.)/Altitude
Initial Gradient (ft./nm)
Certificated
Service
Sea-Level Cabin
TAS
Fuel Flow
Long
Range
Altitude
Specific Range
TAS
Fuel Flow
High
Speed
Altitude
Specific Range
Nautical Miles
Average Speed
Executive Payload
(w/available fuel)
Trip Fuel
Specific Range/Altitude
Nautical Miles
Max Fuel
Average Speed
(w/available
Trip Fuel
payload)
Specific Range/Altitude
Nautical Miles
Average Speed
Ferry
Trip Fuel
Specific Range/Altitude
Runway
Flight Time
300 nm
Fuel Used
Specific Range/Altitude
Runway
Flight Time
600 nm
Fuel Used
Specific Range/Altitude
Runway
Flight Time
1,000 nm
Fuel Used
Specific Range/Altitude
Suggested Base Price

Remarks

Certification Basis

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Cessna
Grand Caravan EX
CE-208B
$2,407,520
1+9/13*
31.3
10.16
84.1
41.6
14.8
52.1
16.7
4.5
5.3
P&WC
PT6A-140
867/ISA+24C
3,600t
8,842
8,807
8,500
8,150b
5,305
2,845
3,537
1,800
2,246
1,291
692
1,737
175
148

2,160
3,661
61
86
108
9/FL 100
816
25,000
25,000

163
324
FL 100
0.503
195
438
FL 100
0.445
599
161
1,255
0.477/FL 100
857
162
1,768
0.485/FL 100
865
162
1,777
0.487/FL 100
1,345
1+37
713
0.421/FL 100
1,659
3+09
1,392
0.431/FL 100
NP
NP
NP
NP
$2,149,000

Socata
TBM 850
TBM 700 N
$3,414,655
1+5/6
38.2
10.56
76.2
34.9
14.3
41.6
15.0
4.1
4.0
P&WC
PT6A-66D
700*/ISA+49C
3,500t
7,430
7,394
7,024
6,032c
4,780
1,252
2,650
1,000
2,017
633
1,398
1,650
266
160
6.2
2,840
4,282
65
100
124
14/FL 250
990
31,000
31,000
14,390
255
260
FL 310
0.981
320
436
FL 260
0.734
1,150
301
1,490
0.772/FL 310
1,450
253
1,677
0.865/FL 310
1,452
253
1,677
0.866/FL 310
1,880
1+01
480
0.625/FL 260
2,100
1+59
900
0.667/FL 280
2,450
3+15
1,430
0.699/FL 280
$3,251,795
FAR 23,
1990/2003/06/07
FAR 23, 1986/2012 *850-shp
max cont.;
*Export only;
config. with
Garmin G1000 with 6Elite
to
4
seats;
RVSM;
GFC700 autopilot.
G1000; SVT; 5-year
system warranty.

Pilatus
PC-12 NG
PC-12/47E
$4,581,742
1+7/10
37.6
8.71
79.3
47.3
14.0
53.3
16.9
4.8
5.0
P&WC
PT6A-67P
1,200/ISA+35C
3,500t
10,495
10,450
9,921
9,039c
6,782
2,257
3,713
1,400
2,704
1,009
1,456
2,313
240
163
5.8
2,650
4,450
67
120
130
21/FL 250
833
30,000
30,000
13,100
208
248
FL 300
0.839
280
491
FL 200
0.570
1,402
256
2,020
0.694/FL 300
1,544
257
2,207
0.700/FL 300
1,582
263
2,215
0.714/FL 300
1,650
1+11
520
0.577/FL 260
1,850
2+18
947
0.634/FL 270
2,100
3+49
1,489
0.672/FL 280
$3,810,000

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1996/2005/08
Honeywell Primus
APEX SmartView;
BMW Designworks
interior.

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Manufacturer
Model
BCA Equipped Price

External
Dimensions
(ft.)
Internal
Dimensions
(ft.)

Engines

Power

8
s
w;
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bca

Seating
Wing Loading
Power Loading
Noise (dBA)
Length
Height
Span
Length: OA/Net
Height
Width: Max/Floor

Characteristics

Weights (lb.)

Limits

Airport
Performance

Climb

Ceilings (ft.)

Cruise

NBAA IFR
Ranges
(100-nm
alternate)

Missions
(4 passengers)

Output (shp each)/Flat Rating


Inspection Interval
Max Ramp
Max Takeoff
Max Landing
Zero Fuel
BOW
Max Payload
Useful Load
Executive Payload
Max Fuel
Available Payload w/Max Fuel
Available Fuel w/Max Payload
Available Fuel w/Executive Payload
Vmo
Va
PSI
TO (SL elev./ISA temp.)
TO (5,000 elev.@25C)
A/S (SL elev./ISA temp.)
A/S (5,000 elev.@25C)
Vmca
Vdec
Vxse
V yse
Time to Climb (min.)/Altitude
Initial Engine-Out Rate (fpm)
Initial All-Engine Gradient (ft./nm)
Initial Engine-Out Gradient (ft./nm)
Certificated
All-Engine Service
Engine-Out Service
Sea-Level Cabin
TAS
Fuel Flow
Long
Range
Altitude
Specific Range
TAS
Fuel Flow
High
Speed
Altitude
Specific Range
Nautical Miles
Average Speed
Max Payload
(w/available fuel)
Trip Fuel
Specific Range/Altitude
Nautical Miles
Max Fuel
Average Speed
(w/available
Trip Fuel
payload)
Specific Range/Altitude
Nautical Miles
Average Speed
Full Fuel
(w/4 passsengers)
Trip Fuel
Specific Range/Altitude
Nautical Miles
Average Speed
Ferry
Trip Fuel
Specific Range/Altitude
Runway
Flight Time
300 nm
Fuel Used
Specific Range/Altitude
Runway
Flight Time
600 nm
Fuel Used
Specific Range/Altitude
Runway
Flight Time
1,000 nm
Fuel Used
Specific Range/Altitude
Suggested Base Price

Remarks

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Evektor
Outback
EV-55
$2,250,000
1+9/14
37.4
9.46
NA
46.6
16.8
53.2
20/16.5
4.5
5.3/4.7
2 P&WC
PT6A-21
536/ISA+15C
3,600t
10,207
10,141
10,141
9,810c
5,965
3,845
4,242
1,800
3,413
829
397
2,442
205
140

1,378
1,837
1,722
2,395
66
79
92
95
6/FL 010
290
1,107
219
24,000
24,000
15,420

180
432
FL 010
0.417
220
610
FL 200
0.361
NP
NP
NP
NP/NP
1,046
217
3,008
0.348/FL 100
1,046
217
3,008
0.348/FL 100
1,051
218
3,008
0.349/FL 100
3,163
1+26
943
0.318/FL 100
1,289
2+22
1,773
0.338/FL 100
1,565
4+36
2,881
0.347/FL 100
NA

Vulcanair SpA
Viator
AP68TP-600
$2,772,000
1+7/10
31.4
9.58
71.7
37.0
11.9
39.4
17.2/11.9
4.1
3.7/3.7
2 RR
250 B17C
328/ISA+25C
3,500t
6,338
6,283
6,283
5,621c
3,770
1,851
2,568
1,400
1,487
1,081
717
1,168
200
157

2,034
2,950
2,887
3,740
77
85
90
105
7/FL 100
270
1,500
180
25,000
25,000
11,400

169
261
FL 100
0.648
214
375
FL 100
0.571
543
180
781
0.695/FL 100
837
179
1,220
0.686/FL 100
837
179
1,220
0.686/FL 100
837
179
1,220
0.686/FL 100
1,247
1+35
419
0.716/FL 100
1,558
3+18
866
0.693/FL 100
NP
NP
NP
NP/NP
$2,772,000

Beechcraft Corp.
King Air C90GTx
C90GTi
$3,834,000
1+7/8
34.4
9.53
76.0
35.5
14.3
50.3
12.4/12.4
4.8
4.5/4.1
2 P&WC
PT6A-135A
550/ISA+30C
3,600t
10,545
10,485
9,832
9,378c
7,235
2,143
3,310
1,400
2,573
737
1,167
1,910
226
169
5.0
2,552
3,648
3,666
4,779
80
97
100
108
17/FL 250
474
1,953
259
30,000
30,000
19,170
11,065
208
332
FL 260
0.627
270
612
FL 200
0.441
275
226
648
0.424/FL 270
1,040
252
2,069
0.503/FL 270
1,005
251
2,006
0.501/FL 270
1,060
255
2,077
0.510/FL 260
3,163
1+14
747
0.402/FL 210
3,362
2+22
1,351
0.444/FL 230
3,660
3+56
1,996
0.501/FL 270
$3,813,500

GECI Aviation
Caravan II
F406
$4,250,000
1+8/13
38.9
9.85
69.9
39.1
13.2
49.5
14.2/12.8
4.3
4.7/4.7
2 P&WC
PT6A-112
500/ISA+22C
3,600t
9,925
9,850
9,360
8,500c
5,732
2,768
4,193
1,600
3,183
1,010
1,425
2,593
213
160

2,964
4,106
4,746
6,215
90
101
105
115
6/FL 100
310
910
170
30,000
30,000
14,550

184
412
FL 100
0.447
234
605
FL 100
0.387
427
179
1,009
0.423/FL 100
1,188
180
2,767
0.429/FL 100
1,201
180
2,770
0.434/FL 100
1,228
176
2,787
0.441/FL 100
3,815
1+21
807
0.372/FL 100
4,075
2+39
1,609
0.373/FL 100
NP
NP
NP
NP/NP
NA

EASA/FAR 23
pending
CMC SmartDeck.

FAR 23, 1986


BCA computed data;
G950; STEC 2100.

CAR 3 1959/2007
Pro Line 21; STC
SA10747SC wt. inc.

SFAR 41C, 1986

Beechcraft Corp.
King Air 250
B200GT
$6,015,500
1+8/10
40.3
7.35
TBD
43.8
14.8
57.9
16.7/16.7
4.8
4.5/4.1
2 P&WC
PT6A-52
850/ISA+37C
3,600t
12,590
12,500
12,500
11,000c
8,780
2,220
3,810
1,600
3,645
165
1,590
2,210
260
182
6.5
2,111
3,099
3,687
4,859
86
94
115
121
13/FL 250
682
1,170
364
35,000
35,000
26,000
15,293
256
430
FL 350
0.595
310
750
FL 260
0.413
330
267
864
0.382/FL 330
1,412
292
2,958
0.477/FL 330
1,074
288
2,293
0.468/FL 330
1,430
293
2,960
0.483/FL 330
3,495
1+03
868
0.346/FL 250
3,578
2+03
1,493
0.402/FL 290
3,667
3+28
2,146
0.466/FL 330
$5,995,000

Piaggio Aero
Avanti II
P180
$7,195,000
1+7/9
70.3
7.12
75.0
47.3
13.0
46.0
17.5/17.5
5.8
6.1/3.5
2 P&WC
PT6A-66B
850/ISA+28C
3,600t
12,150
12,100
11,500
9,800c
8,375
1,425
3,775
1,400
2,802
973
2,350
2,375
260
202
9.0
3,262
4,700
5,750
7,400
100
106
132
140
10/FL 250
670
1,106
287
41,000
39,400
23,800
24,000
318
408
FL 410
0.779
400
792
FL 310
0.505
1,070
315
1,715
0.624/FL 390
1,450
311
2,167
0.669/FL 410
1,510
317
2,167
0.697/FL 410
1,530
318
2,167
0.706/FL 410
2,350
0+53
688
0.436/FL 310
2,550
1+44
1,144
0.524/FL 350
2,700
3+02
1,603
0.624/FL 390
$7,195,000

FAR 23,
FAR 23, 1990
1973/80/2008/11 Pro Line 21; TCAS I,
STC SA02131SE.
Iridium; RVSM appd.

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Manufacturer

Beechcraft Corp.
King Air 350HW
B300
$7,484,525
1+9/14
53.2
7.86
81.5
46.7
14.3
57.9
19.5/19.5
4.8
4.5/4.1
2 P&WC
PT6A-60A
1,050/ISA+10C
3,600t
16,600
16,500
15,675
13,000c
9,340
3,660
7,260
1,800
3,611
3,649
3,600
3,611
0.58
FL 240
245
182
6.6
4,598
6,003
14,491
1,403
111
104
2,720
23/FL 250
274
172
35,000
35,000
17,100
15,293
232
392
FL 330
0.592
303
766
FL 240
0.396
1,255
258
2,840
0.442/FL 350
1,261
258
2,886
0.437/FL 350
1,395
269
2,908
0.480/FL 350
1,429
276
2,920
0.489/FL 350
3,432
1+07
967
0.310/FL 250
3,568
2+10
1,581
0.380/FL 290
3,720
3+39
2,262
0.442/FL 330
$7,484,525

Beechcraft Corp.
King Air 350iER
B300ER
$8,353,100
1+9/11
53.2
7.86
81.5
46.7
14.3
57.9
19.5/19.5
4.8
4.5/4.1
2 P&WC
PT6A-60A
1,050/ISA+10C
3,600t
16,600
16,500
15,675
13,000c
10,385
2,615
6,215
1,800
5,192
1,023
3,600
4,415
0.58
FL 240
245
182
6.6
4,473
7,588
15,830
2,080
111
104
2,728
18/FL 250
337
182
35,000
35,000
17,100
15,293
238
402
FL 330
0.592
303
764
FL 240
0.397
1,336
261
2,886
0.463/FL 350
2,239
268
4,528
0.494/FL 350
2,273
270
4,530
0.502/FL 350
2,340
274
4,539
0.516/FL 350
3,463
1+05
908
0.330/FL 250
3,597
2+07
1,511
0.397/FL 290
3,745
3+36
2,176
0.460/FL 330
$8,315,400

FAR 23, 1989


Commuter category;
Pro Line 21; new interior with Rockwell
Collins Venue CMS; RVSM approved.

FAR 23, 1989/2007


Commuter category;
Installation by HBS; slick interior available
for special missions; RVSM approved.

FAR 23, 1989/2007


Commuter category;
Pro Line 21; new interior with Rockwell
Collins Venue CMS; RVSM approved.

Model
BCA Equipped Price
Seating
Wing Loading
Power Loading
Noise (dBA)
Length
Height
Span
Length: OA/Net
Height
Width: Max/Floor

Characteristics
External
Dimensions
(ft.)
Internal
Dimensions
(ft.)

Engines

Power

Weights (lb.)

Limits

Airport
Performance

Climb

Ceilings (ft.)

Cruise

NBAA IFR
Ranges
(100-nm
alternate)

Missions
(4 passengers)

Output (shp each)/Flat Rating


Inspection Interval
Max Ramp
Max Takeoff
Max Landing
Zero Fuel
BOW
Max Payload
Useful Load
Executive Payload
Max Fuel
Available Payload w/Max Fuel
Available Fuel w/Max Payload
Available Fuel w/Executive Payload
Mmo
Trans. Alt. FL
Vmo
Va
PSI
TO (SL elev./ISA temp.)
TOFL (5,000 elev.@25C)
Hot/High WAT Limit
NBAA IFR Range
V2
Vref
Landing Distance
Time to Climb (min.)/Altitude
*FAR 25 Initial Engine-Out Rate (fpm)
FAR 25 Initial Engine-Out Gradient (ft./nm)
Certificated
All-Engine Service
Engine-Out Service
Sea-Level Cabin
TAS
Fuel Flow
Long
Range
Altitude
Specific Range
TAS
Fuel Flow
High
Speed
Altitude
Specific Range
Nautical Miles
Average Speed
Max Payload
(w/available fuel)
Trip Fuel
Specific Range/Altitude
Nautical Miles
Max Fuel
Average Speed
(w/available
Trip Fuel
payload)
Specific Range/Altitude
Nautical Miles
Average Speed
Full Fuel
(w/4 passengers)
Trip Fuel
Specific Range/Altitude
Nautical Miles
Average Speed
Ferry
Trip Fuel
Specific Range/Altitude
Runway
Flight Time
300 nm
Fuel Used
Specific Range/Altitude
Runway
Flight Time
600 nm
Fuel Used
Specific Range/Altitude
Runway
Flight Time
1,000 nm
Fuel Used
Specific Range/Altitude
Suggested Base Price

Remarks

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Beechcraft Corp.
King Air 350i
B300
$7,312,700
1+9/11
48.4
7.14
72.1
46.7
14.3
57.9
19.5/19.5
4.8
4.5/4.1
2 P&WC
PT6A-60A
1,050/ISA+10C
3,600t
15,100
15,000
15,000
12,500c
10,070
2,430
5,030
1,800
3,611
1,419
2,600
3,230
0.58
FL 210
263
182
6.6
3,300
5,376
14,196
1,551
109
100
2,390
15/FL 250
552
304
35,000
35,000
21,500
15,293
235
362
FL 330
0.649
312
773
FL 240
0.404
899
274
1,897
0.474/FL 350
1,489
280
2,951
0.505/FL 350
1,532
284
2,956
0.518/FL 350
1,560
288
2,962
0.527/FL 350
2,608
1+02
883
0.340/FL 250
2,724
2+02
1,472
0.408/FL 290
2,851
3+27
2,106
0.475/FL 330
$7,275,000

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Manufacturer
Model
BCA Equipped Price
Characteristics
External
Dimensions
(ft.)
Internal
Dimensions
(ft.)
Baggage

Seating
Wing Loading
Power Loading
Noise (EPNdB): TO/Sideline/APR
Length
Height
Span
Length: OA/Net
Height
Width: Max/Floor
Internal: Cu. ft./lb.
External: Cu. ft./lb.
Engine(s)

Power

Weights (lb.)

Limits

Airport
Performance

Climb

Ceilings (ft.)

Cruise

NBAA IFR
Ranges
(100-nm
alternate)

Missions
(4 passengers)

Output (lb. each)/Flat Rating


Inspection Interval
Max Ramp
Max Takeoff
Max Landing
Zero Fuel
BOW
Max Payload
Useful Load
Executive Payload
Max Fuel
Available Payload w/Max Fuel
Available Fuel w/Max Payload
Available Fuel w/Executive Payload
Mmo
Trans. Alt. FL/Vmo
PSI
TOFL (SL elev./ISA temp.)
TOFL (5,000 elev.@25C)
Hot/High Weight Limit
NBAA IFR Range
V2@SL ISA, MTOW
Vref w/4 Pax, NBAA IFR Res.
Landing Distance w/4 Pax, NBAA IFR Res.
Time to Climb/Altitude
FAR 25 Engine-Out Rate (fpm)
FAR 25 Engine-Out Gradient (ft./nm)
Certificated
All-Engine Service
Engine-Out Service
Sea-Level Cabin
TAS
Fuel Flow
Long
Range
Altitude
Specific Range
TAS
Fuel Flow
High
Speed
Altitude
Specific Range
Nautical Miles
Average Speed
Max Payload
(w/available fuel)
Trip Fuel
Specific Range/Altitude
Nautical Miles
Max Fuel
Average Speed
(w/available
Trip Fuel
payload)
Specific Range/Altitude
Nautical Miles
Average Speed
Four Passengers
(w/available fuel)
Trip Fuel
Specific Range/Altitude
Nautical Miles
Average Speed
Ferry
Trip Fuel
Specific Range/Altitude
Runway
Flight Time
300 nm
Fuel Used
Specific Range/Altitude
Runway
Flight Time
600 nm
Fuel Used
Specific Range/Altitude
Runway
Flight Time
1,000 nm
Fuel Used
Specific Range/Altitude

Remarks

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Cessna
Citation Mustang
CE-510
$3,430,000
1+5/5
41.2
2.96
73.9/85.0/86.0
40.6
13.4
43.2
9.8/9.8
4.5
4.6/3.1
6/98
57/620
2 P&WC
PW615F
1,460/ISA+10C
3,500t
8,730
8,645
8,000
6,750c
5,590
1,160
3,140
1,000
2,580
560
1,980
2,140
0.630
FL 271/250
8.3
3,110
6,600
8,645
991
97
88
2,137
20/FL 370
432
267
41,000
41,000
26,900
21,280
319
498
FL 390
0.641
339
609
FL 350
0.557
716
294
1,300
0.551/FL 410
1,159
305
1,948
0.595/FL 410
970
301
1,674
0.579/FL 410
1,205
315
1,965
0.613/FL 410
2,495
1+00
670
0.448/FL 370
2,691
1+56
1,134
0.529/FL 390
3,109
3+19
1,717
0.582/FL 410
FAR 23, 2006
1,000-nm mission
flown with 758-lb.
payload.

Manufacturer
Model
BCA Equipped Price
Characteristics
External
Dimensions
(ft.)
Internal
Dimensions
(ft.)
Baggage

Seating
Wing Loading
Power Loading
Noise (EPNdB): TO/Sideline/APR
Length
Height
Span
Length: OA/Net
Height
Width: Max/Floor
Internal: Cu. ft./lb.
External: Cu. ft./lb.
Engines

Power

Weights (lb.)

Limits

Airport
Performance

Climb

Ceilings (ft.)

Cruise

NBAA IFR
Ranges
(FAR Part 23,
100-nm
alternate;
FAR Part 25,
200-nm
alternate)

Missions
(4 passengers)

Remarks

Output (lb. each)/Flat Rating


Inspection Interval
Max Ramp
Max Takeoff
Max Landing
Zero Fuel
BOW
Max Payload
Useful Load
Executive Payload
Max Fuel
Available Payload w/Max Fuel
Available Fuel w/Max Payload
Available Fuel w/Executive Payload
Mmo
Trans. Alt. FL/Vmo
PSI
TOFL (SL elev./ISA temp.)
TOFL (5,000 elev.@25C)
Hot/High Weight Limit
NBAA IFR Range
V2@SL ISA, MTOW
Vref w/4 Pax, NBAA IFR Res.
Landing Distance w/4 Pax, NBAA IFR Res.
Time to Climb/Altitude
FAR 25 Engine-Out Rate (fpm)
FAR 25 Engine-Out Gradient (ft./nm)
Certificated
All-Engine Service
Engine-Out Service
Sea-Level Cabin
TAS
Fuel Flow
Long
Range
Altitude
Specific Range
TAS
Fuel Flow
High
Speed
Altitude
Specific Range
Nautical Miles
Average Speed
Max Payload
(w/available fuel)
Trip Fuel
Specific Range/Altitude
Nautical Miles
Max Fuel
Average Speed
(w/available
Trip Fuel
payload)
Specific Range/Altitude
Nautical Miles
Average Speed
Four Passengers
(w/available fuel)
Trip Fuel
Specific Range/Altitude
Nautical Miles
Average Speed
Ferry
Trip Fuel
Specific Range/Altitude
Runway
Flight Time
300 nm
Fuel Used
Specific Range/Altitude
Runway
Flight Time
600 nm
Fuel Used
Specific Range/Altitude
Runway
Flight Time
1,000 nm
Fuel Used
Specific Range/Altitude
Certification Basis

Embraer
Phenom 100
EMB-500
$4,080,000
1+5/7
51.9
3.09
70.4/81.4/86.1
42.1
14.3
40.4
11.0/11.0
4.9
5.1/3.6
11/99
60/418
2 P&WC
PW 617F-E
1,695/ISA+10C
3,500t
10,516
10,472
9,766
8,444c
7,132
1,312
3,384
1,000
2,804
580
2,072
2,384
0.700
280/275
8.3
3,040
6,384
10,472
1,065
98
94
2,441
23/FL 370
579
310
41,000
41,000
25,918
21,280
333
524
FL 410
0.635
390
852
FL 330
0.458
710
321
1,418
0.501/FL 410
1,194
325
2,167
0.551/FL 410
1,044
324
1,940
0.538/FL 410
1,242
325
2,187
0.568/FL 410
2,717
0+54
761
0.394/FL 370
2,784
1+46
1,259
0.477/FL 390
3,273
3+05
1,866
0.536/FL 410

Honda Aircraft Co.


HondaJet
HA-420
$4,500,000
1+5/6
NA
NA
NA/NA/NA
42.6
14.9
39.8
12.1/12.1
4.8
5.0/NA
5/NA
66/NA
2 GE Honda
HF-120
2,050/NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
0.720
FL 300/NA
8.7
4,000
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
3,000
NA/NA
NA
NA
43,000
43,000
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
420
NA
FL 300
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA/NA
1,180
NA
NA
NA/NA
NA
NA
NA
NA/NA
NA
NA
NA
NA/NA
NA
NA
NA
NA/NA
NA
NA
NA
NA/NA
NA
NA
NA
NA/NA

FAR 23, 2008

FAR 23 pending
All data preliminary.

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Business Airplanes

Jets less than 20,000-lb. MTOW

Je

Manufacturer

Cessna
Citation M2
CE-525
$4,545,000
1+7/7
44.6
2.72
NA/NA/NA
42.6
13.9
47.3
11.0/11.0
4.8
4.8/3.1
/
46/725
2 Wms Intl
FJ44-1AP-21
1,965/ISA+7C
4,000t
10,800
10,700
9,900
8,400c
6,991
1,409
3,809
1,400
3,309
500
2,400
2,409
0.710
FL 305/263
8.5
3,250
5,720
10,700
1,145
NA
NA
2,354
18/FL 370
NA
NA
41,000
41,000
NA
22,027
317
501
FL 410
0.633
398
944
FL 350
0.422
768
357
1,672
0.459/FL 410
1,313
370
2,652
0.495/FL 410
1,125
366
2,316
0.486/FL 410
1,342
374
2,680
0.501/FL 410
2,667
0+52
824
0.364/FL 370
2,781
1+39
1,400
0.429/FL 390
3,107
2+44
2,078
0.481/FL 410

Cessna
Citation CJ2+
CE-525A
$7,228,000
1+8/9
47.4
2.51
75.5/86.1/89.7
47.7
14.0
49.8
13.6/13.6
4.8
4.8/3.1
/
65/1,000
2 Wms Intl
FJ44-3A-24
2,490/ISA+7C
4,000t
12,625
12,500
11,525
9,700c
8,010
1,690
4,615
1,600
3,930
685
2,925
3,015
0.737
FL 291/278
8.9
3,360
5,180
12,500
1,543
116
102
2,655
15/FL 370
611
316
45,000
45,000
23,800
23,586
357
589
FL 450
0.606
413
1,096
FL 350
0.377
993
368
2,071
0.479/FL 450
1,610
379
3,152
0.511/FL 450
1,521
378
2,996
0.508/FL 450
1,647
385
3,178
0.518/FL 450
2,473
0+49
898
0.334/FL 370
2,685
1+35
1,460
0.411/FL 410
2,984
2+36
2,161
0.463/FL 430

Syberjet
SJ30-2
SJ30-2
$7,250,000
1+5/6
73.2
3.03
78.5/86.2/91.8
46.8
14.2
42.3
12.5/12.5
4.4
4.8/2.8
6/100
53/500
2 Wms Intl
FJ44-2A
2,300/ISA+8C
3,500t
14,050
13,950
12,725
10,500c
8,917
1,583
5,133
1,000
4,850
283
3,550
4,133
0.830
FL 295/320
12.0
3,939
8,784
13,125
1,915
112
104
2,657
16/FL 370
312
167
49,000
44,000
25,800
41,000
436
684
FL 450
0.637
475
1,188
FL 360
0.400
1,635
402
2,908
0.562/FL 470
2,598
410
4,241
0.613/FL 490
2,205
408
3,713
0.594/FL 490
2,667
411
4,246
0.628/FL 490
2,822
0+45
846
0.355/FL 410
3,025
1+26
1,313
0.457/FL 450
3,336
2+21
1,980
0.505/FL 450

Cessna
Citation CJ3
CE-525B
$8,347,000
2+7/8
47.2
2.46
74.0/88.7/88.6
51.2
15.2
53.3
15.7/15.7
4.8
4.8/3.1
/
65/1,000
2 Wms Intl
FJ44-3A
2,820/ISA+11C
4,000t
14,070
13,870
12,750
10,510c
8,760
1,750
5,310
1,400
4,710
600
3,560
3,910
0.737
FL 293/278
8.9
3,180
4,750
13,870
1,726
114
99
2,422
15/FL 370
808
425
45,000
45,000
26,250
23,586
351
620
FL 450
0.566
415
1,196
FL 350
0.347
1,172
368
2,552
0.459/FL 450
1,869
377
3,850
0.485/FL 450
1,702
376
3,539
0.481/FL 450
1,890
381
3,865
0.489/FL 450
2,604
0+49
972
0.309/FL 370
2,616
1+35
1,576
0.381/FL 410
2,780
2+37
2,323
0.430/FL 430

Embraer
Phenom 300
EMB-505
$8,755,000
1+7/10
58.6
2.67
69.9/88.8/88.5
51.2
16.7
52.2
17.2/17.2
4.9
5.1/3.6
11/77
74/573
2 P&WC
PW 535E
3,360/ISA+15C
5,000t
18,078
17,968
16,865
13,999c
11,583
2,416
6,495
1,400
5,353
1,142
4,079
5,095
0.780
FL 263/320
9.4
3,138
5,114
17,968
2,019
112
104
2,220
14/FL 370
911
462
45,000
45,000
30,137
25,560
383
757
FL 450
0.506
444
1,312
FL 350
0.338
1,247
397
3,109
0.401/FL 450
1,877
409
4,416
0.425/FL 450
1,903
411
4,447
0.428/FL 450
1,944
418
4,473
0.435/FL 450
2,613
0+47
1,058
0.284/FL 390
2,747
1+29
1,735
0.346/FL 410
2,808
2+26
2,471
0.405/FL 450

Cessna
Citation CJ4
CE-525C
$9,342,000
2+8/9
51.8
2.36
75.4/92.8/89.5
53.3
15.3
50.8
17.3/17.3
4.8
4.8/3.3
7/40
71/1,000
2 Wms Intl
FJ44-4A
3,621/ISA+11C
5,000t
17,230
17,110
15,660
12,500c
10,430
2,070
6,800
1,600
5,828
972
4,730
5,200
0.770
FL 279/305
9.0
3,190
5,130
16,938
1,943
117
99
2,277
14/FL 370
839
430
45,000
45,000
28,200
23,984
376
809
FL 450
0.465
442
1,470
FL 370
0.301
1,425
407
3,753
0.380/FL 450
1,913
413
4,904
0.390/FL 450
1,920
415
4,912
0.391/FL 450
1,949
420
4,947
0.394/FL 450
2,432
0+46
1,089
0.275/FL 390
2,448
1+27
1,868
0.321/FL 410
2,524
2+24
2,828
0.354/FL 430

FAR 23 pending
All data preliminary.

FAR 23, 2000/05

FAR 23
Commuter category

FAR 23 Commuter
category, 2004

FAR 23 Commuter
category, 2009

FAR 23 Commuter
category, 2010

Model
BCA Equipped Price
Characteristics
External
Dimensions
(ft.)
Internal
Dimensions
(ft.)
Baggage

Seating
Wing Loading
Power Loading
Noise (EPNdB): TO/Sideline/APR
Length
Height
Span
Length: OA/Net
Height
Width: Max/Floor
Internal: Cu. ft./lb.
External: Cu. ft./lb.
Engines

Power

Weights (lb.)

Limits

Airport
Performance

Climb

Ceilings (ft.)

Cruise

NBAA IFR
Ranges
(FAR Part 23,
100-nm
alternate;
FAR Part 25,
200-nm
alternate)

Missions
(4 passengers)

Output (lb. each)/Flat Rating


Inspection Interval
Max Ramp
Max Takeoff
Max Landing
Zero Fuel
BOW
Max Payload
Useful Load
Executive Payload
Max Fuel
Available Payload w/Max Fuel
Available Fuel w/Max Payload
Available Fuel w/Executive Payload
Mmo
Trans. Alt. FL/Vmo
PSI
TOFL (SL elev./ISA temp.)
TOFL (5,000 elev.@25C)
Hot/High Weight Limit
NBAA IFR Range
V2@SL ISA, MTOW
Vref w/4 Pax, NBAA IFR Res.
Landing Distance w/4 Pax, NBAA IFR Res.
Time to Climb/Altitude
FAR 25 Engine-Out Rate (fpm)
FAR 25 Engine-Out Gradient (ft./nm)
Certificated
All-Engine Service
Engine-Out Service
Sea-Level Cabin
TAS
Fuel Flow
Long
Range
Altitude
Specific Range
TAS
Fuel Flow
High
Speed
Altitude
Specific Range
Nautical Miles
Average Speed
Max Payload
(w/available fuel)
Trip Fuel
Specific Range/Altitude
Nautical Miles
Max Fuel
Average Speed
(w/available
Trip Fuel
payload)
Specific Range/Altitude
Nautical Miles
Average Speed
Four Passengers
(w/available fuel)
Trip Fuel
Specific Range/Altitude
Nautical Miles
Average Speed
Ferry
Trip Fuel
Specific Range/Altitude
Runway
Flight Time
300 nm
Fuel Used
Specific Range/Altitude
Runway
Flight Time
600 nm
Fuel Used
Specific Range/Altitude
Runway
Flight Time
1,000 nm
Fuel Used
Specific Range/Altitude

Remarks

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Jets 20,000-lb. MTOW or greater


Manufacturer
Model
BCA Equipped Price
Characteristics
External
Dimensions
(ft.)
Internal
Dimensions
(ft.)
Baggage

Seating
Wing Loading
Power Loading
Noise (EPNdB): TO/Sideline/APR
Length
Height
Span
Length: OA/Net
Height
Width: Max/Floor
Internal: Cu. ft./lb.
External: Cu. ft./lb.
Engines

Power

Weights (lb.)

Limits

Airport
Performance

Climb

Ceilings (ft.)

Cruise

NBAA IFR
Ranges
(200-nm
alternate)

Missions
(4 passengers)

Output (lb. each)/Flat Rating


Inspection Interval
Max Ramp
Max Takeoff
Max Landing
Zero Fuel
BOW
Max Payload
Useful Load
Executive Payload
Max Fuel
Available Payload w/Max Fuel
Available Fuel w/Max Payload
Available Fuel w/Executive Payload
Mmo
Trans. Alt. FL/Vmo
PSI
TOFL (SL elev./ISA temp.)
TOFL (5,000 elev.@25C)
Hot/High Weight Limit
NBAA IFR Range
V2@SL ISA, MTOW
Vref w/4 Pax, NBAA IFR Res.
Landing Distance w/4 Pax, NBAA IFR Res.
Time to Climb/Altitude
FAR 25 Engine-Out Rate (fpm)
FAR 25 Engine-Out Gradient (ft./nm)
Certificated
All-Engine Service
Engine-Out Service
Sea-Level Cabin
TAS
Fuel Flow
Long
Range
Altitude
Specific Range
TAS
Fuel Flow
High
Speed
Altitude
Specific Range
Nautical Miles
Average Speed
Max Payload
(w/available fuel)
Trip Fuel
Specific Range/Altitude
Nautical Miles
Max Fuel
Average Speed
(w/available
Trip Fuel
payload)
Specific Range/Altitude
Nautical Miles
Average Speed
Four Passengers
(w/available fuel)
Trip Fuel
Specific Range/Altitude
Nautical Miles
Average Speed
Ferry
Trip Fuel
Specific Range/Altitude
Runway
Flight Time
300 nm
Fuel Used
Specific Range/Altitude
Runway
Flight Time
600 nm
Fuel Used
Specific Range/Altitude
Runway
Flight Time
1,000 nm
Fuel Used
Specific Range/Altitude

Remarks

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Bombardier
Learjet 70
Model 45
$11,296,000
2+6/7
67.4
2.73
75.5/85.1/93.4
56.0
14.0
50.9
17.7/17.7
4.9
5.1/3.2
15/150
50/500
2 Hon
TFE731-40BR
3,850/ISA+23C
6,000t
21,250
21,000
19,200
16,000c
13,715
2,285
7,535
1,200
6,062
1,473
5,250
6,062
0.810
FL 270/330
9.4
4,230
5,230
20,447
1,925
NA
112
2,335
15/FL 370
NA
NA
51,000
45,200
28,400
25,700
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA/NA
NA
NA
NA
NA/NA
1,903
433
4,757
0.400/FL 470
NA
NA
NA
NA/NA
NA
NA
NA
NA/NA
NA
NA
NA
NA/NA
NA
NA
NA
NA/NA

Cessna
Citation XLS+
CE-560XL
$13,099,000
2+9/12
54.6
2.45
72.2/86.8/92.8
52.5
17.2
56.3
18.5/18.5
5.7
5.5/3.9
10/100
80/700
2 P&WC
PW545C
4,119/ISA+10C
5,000t
20,400
20,200
18,700
15,100c
12,860
2,240
7,540
1,800
6,740
800
5,300
5,740
0.750
FL 265/305
9.3
3,560
5,430
20,200
1,740
118
106
2,740
15/FL 370
765
389
45,000
45,000
28,600
25,230
353
862
FL 450
0.410
431
1,236
FL 410
0.349
1,150
385
3,663
0.314/FL 450
1,745
396
5,236
0.333/FL 450
1,719
395
5,168
0.333/FL 450
1,785
403
5,268
0.339/FL 450
2,734
0+46
1,246
0.241/FL 390
2,758
1+29
2,094
0.287/FL 410
3,028
2+26
3,211
0.311/FL 430

Bombardier
Learjet 75
Model 45
$13,793,000
2+8/9
69.0
2.79
75.5/85.1/93.4
58.0
14.0
50.9
19.8/19.8
4.9
5.1/3.2
15/150
50/500
2 Hon
TFE731-40BR
3,850/ISA+23C
6,000t
21,750
21,500
19,200
16,000c
13,890
2,110
7,860
1,600
6,062
1,798
5,750
6,062
0.810
FL 270/330
9.4
4,440
5,280
20,622
1,903
NA
113
2,350
15/FL 370
NA
NA
51,000
44,700
27,900
25,700
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA/NA
NA
NA
NA
NA/NA
1,903
433
4,757
0.400/FL 470
NA
NA
NA
NA/NA
NA
NA
NA
NA/NA
NA
NA
NA
NA/NA
NA
NA
NA
NA/NA

Bombardier
Learjet 60XR
Model 60
$14,674,000
2+7/9
88.8
2.55
70.8/83.1/87.7
58.7
14.6
43.8
17.7/15.8
5.7
5.9/3.8
24/350
24/300
2 P&WC
PW305A
4,600/ISA+17C
6,000t
23,750
23,500
19,500
17,000c
14,896
2,104
8,854
1,400
7,910
944
6,750
7,454
0.810
FL 270/330
9.4
5,450
8,540
23,402p
2,275
147
131
3,049
13/FL 370
718
293
51,000
42,400
24,300
25,700
423
1,128
FL 430
0.375
446
1,288
FL 430
0.346
1,742
413
5,255
0.331/FL 410
2,243
415
6,486
0.346/FL 410
2,292
414
6,594
0.348/FL 410
2,398
412
6,642
0.361/FL 410
3,308
0+45
1,109
0.271/FL 450
3,552
1+26
1,909
0.314/FL 450
3,928
2+21
3,011
0.332/FL 450

Gulfstream Aero.
Cessna
New Citation Sovereign
Gulfstream 150
CE-680
G150
$15,700,000
$18,195,000
2+7/9
2+9/12
82.3
59.7
2.95
2.63
80.7/91.2/91.9
NA/NA/NA
56.8
63.5
19.1
20.3
55.6
72.3
17.7/17.7
25.3/25.3
5.8
5.7
5.8/4.7
5.5/3.9
25/TBD
35/415
55/1,100
100/1,000
2 Hon
2 P&WC
TFE731-40AR-200G
PW306D
4,420/ISA+13C
5,852/ISA+16C
6,000c
6,000t
26,250
31,025
26,100
30,775
21,700
27,575
17,500c
21,000c
15,200
18,380
2,300
2,620
11,050
12,645
1,400
1,800
10,300
11,390
750
1,255
8,750
10,025
9,650
10,845
0.850
0.800
FL 300/330
FL 298/305
8.8
9.3
5,012
3,650
8,120
5,037
26,100
30,353
2,988
3,056
131
NA
115
NA
2,442
2,204
17/FL 370
14/FL 370
438
NA
201
NA
45,000
47,000
42,400
45,000
26,400
NA
23,000
25,230
430
383
1,184
1,131
FL 430
FL 450
0.363
0.339
475
447
1,938
1,760
FL 350
FL 390
0.245
0.254
2,335
2,466
415
388
7,265
8,148
0.321/FL 450
0.303/FL 470
3,011
3,000
418
392
8,903
9,640
0.338/FL 450
0.311/FL 470
2,988
3,033
418
394
8,850
9,654
0.338/FL 450
0.314/FL 470
3,122
3,101
419
397
8,945
9,682
0.349/FL 450
0.320/FL 470
3,623
2,630
0+50
0+45
1,230
1,486
0.244/FL 450
0.202/FL 390
3,783
2,638
1+32
1+26
1,974
2,384
0.304/FL 450
0.252/FL 430
3,971
2,699
2+28
2+21
2,998
3,731
0.334/FL 450
0.268/FL 430

FAR 25, EASA CS 25


pending
All data preliminary.

FAR 25, 2008

FAR 25, EASA CS 25


pending
All data preliminary.

FAR 25,
1981/92/2006

FAR 25 A108, 2005

FAR 25 pending
All data preliminary.

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Jets 20,000-lb. MTOW or greater

Je

Manufacturer

Embraer
Legacy 500
EMB-550
$19,995,000
2+8/12
NA
NA
NA/NA/NA
67.3
22.1
66.4
26.8/23.9
6.0
6.8/4.7
40/NA
110/NA
2 Hon
HTF7500E
6,540/ISA+15C
OC
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
2,800
NA
1,600
NA
1,600
NA
NA
0.830
NA/NA
9.6
4,600
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
14/FL 370
NA
NA
45,000
44,000
NA
26,520
421
NA
NA
NA
467
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA/NA
NA
NA
NA
NA/NA
3,000
NA
NA
NA/FL 450
NA
NA
NA
NA/NA
NA
NA
NA
NA/NA
NA
1+31
2,474
0.243/FL 450
NA
NA
NA
NA/NA

Model
BCA Equipped Price
Characteristics
External
Dimensions
(ft.)
Internal
Dimensions
(ft.)
Baggage

Seating
Wing Loading
Power Loading
Noise (EPNdB): TO/Sideline/APR
Length
Height
Span
Length: OA/Net
Height
Width: Max/Floor
Internal: Cu. ft./lb.
External: Cu. ft./lb.
Engines

Power

Weights (lb.)

Limits

Airport
Performance

Climb

Ceilings (ft.)

Cruise

NBAA IFR
Ranges
(200-nm
alternate)

Missions
(4 passengers)

Output (lb. each)/Flat Rating


Inspection Interval
Max Ramp
Max Takeoff
Max Landing
Zero Fuel
BOW
Max Payload
Useful Load
Executive Payload
Max Fuel
Available Payload w/Max Fuel
Available Fuel w/Max Payload
Available Fuel w/Executive Payload
Mmo
Trans. Alt. FL/Vmo
PSI
TOFL (SL elev./ISA temp.)
TOFL (5,000 elev.@25C)
Hot/High Weight Limit
NBAA IFR Range
V2@SL ISA, MTOW
Vref w/4 Pax, NBAA IFR Res.
Landing Distance w/4 Pax, NBAA IFR Res.
Time to Climb/Altitude
FAR 25 Engine-Out Rate (fpm)
FAR 25 Engine-Out Gradient (ft./nm)
Certificated
All-Engine Service
Engine-Out Service
Sea-Level Cabin
TAS
Fuel Flow
Long
Range
Altitude
Specific Range
TAS
Fuel Flow
High
Speed
Altitude
Specific Range
Nautical Miles
Average Speed
Max Payload
(w/available fuel)
Trip Fuel
Specific Range/Altitude
Nautical Miles
Max Fuel
Average Speed
(w/available
Trip Fuel
payload)
Specific Range/Altitude
Nautical Miles
Average Speed
Four Passengers
(w/available fuel)
Trip Fuel
Specific Range/Altitude
Nautical Miles
Average Speed
Ferry
Trip Fuel
Specific Range/Altitude
Runway
Flight Time
300 nm
Fuel Used
Specific Range/Altitude
Runway
Flight Time
600 nm
Fuel Used
Specific Range/Altitude
Runway
Flight Time
1,000 nm
Fuel Used
Specific Range/Altitude

Remarks

Certification Basis

FAR 25, EASA CS 25


pending
All data preliminary.

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Cessna
New Citation X
CE-750
$23,100,000
2+9/12
NA
2.60
NA/NA/NA
73.6
19.2
69.2
25.2/25.2
5.7
5.5/3.9
22/NA
82/775
2 RR
AE3007C2
7,034/ISA+15C
4,500t*
36,900
36,600
32,000
24,978c
22,464
2,514
14,436
1,800
12,931
1,505
11,922
12,636
0.935
FL 307/350
9.3
5,150
7,300
35,400p
3,164
NA
NA
2,735
14/FL 370
NA
NA
51,000
45,000
NA
25,230
470
1,427
FL 470
0.329
516
2,329
FL 410
0.222
2,813
463
9,959
0.282/FL 490
3,229
464
11,122
0.290/FL 490
3,295
464
11,151
0.295/FL 490
3,380
465
11,188
0.302/FL 490
NA
0+40
1,847
0.162/FL 370
NA
1+15
2,915
0.206/FL 430
NA
2+02
4,588
0.218/FL 430
FAR/EASA 25 pending
All data preliminary;
Garmin G5000;
*engine flight hour
inspection interval.

Gulfstream Aero.
Gulfstream 280
G280
$24,000,000
2+10/19
80.0
2.60
75.2/89.5/90.5
66.8
21.3
63.0
32.3/25.8
6.3
7.2/5.7
154/1,980
/
2 Hon
HTF7250G
7,624/ISA+17C
OC
39,750
39,600
32,700
28,200c
24,150
4,050
15,600
2,000
14,600
1,000
11,550
13,600
0.850
FL 280/340
9.2
4,750
7,320
39,600
3,600
137
117
2,642
14/FL 370
845
371
45,000
45,000
27,500
25,000
459
1,478
FL 450
0.311
482
1,910
FL 430
0.252
2,544
434
9,591
0.265/FL 450
3,590
441
12,657
0.284/FL 450
3,600
442
12,761
0.282/FL 450
3,686
442
12,792
0.288/FL 450
2,957
0+48
1,524
0.197/FL 450
2,997
1+27
2,443
0.246/FL 450
3,136
2+19
3,692
0.271/FL 450

Bombardier
Challenger 300
BD-100-1A10
$24,853,000
2+9/11
74.4
2.85
75.5/87.6/89.6
68.7
20.0
63.8
28.6/19.6
6.1
7.2/5.1
106/750
/
2 Hon
HTF 7000
6,826/ISA+15C
OC
39,000
38,850
33,750
27,200c
23,850*
3,350
15,150
1,800
14,043
1,107
11,800
13,350
0.830
FL 290/320
8.8
4,810
6,860
38,545
3,250
130
113
2,290
14/FL 370
474
219
45,000
44,000
27,800
23,338
459
1,584
FL 450
0.290
470
1,809
FL 430
0.260
2,581
446
10,085
0.256/FL 450
3,226
449
12,194
0.265/FL 450
3,250
448
12,203
0.266/FL 450
3,310
448
12,228
0.271/FL 450
3,370
0+47
1,578
0.190/FL 450
3,420
1+26
2,568
0.234/FL 450
3,487
2+18
3,910
0.256/FL 450

Embraer
Legacy 600
EMB-135BJ
$26,000,000
2+13/14
90.0
3.12
79.7/86.8/91.3
86.4
22.2
69.5
49.8/42.4
6.0
6.9/5.2
286/1,441
/
2 RR
AE 3007 A1E
7,953/ISA+22C
OC
49,758
49,604
40,785
35,274c
30,081
5,193
19,677
2,600
18,170
1,507
14,484
17,077
0.800
FL 276/320
8.4
5,614
7,604
49,604
3,453
139
113
2,301
21/FL 370
630
272
41,000
40,900
23,276
21,650
424
1,874
FL 410
0.226
455
2,545
FL 370
0.179
2,417
414
12,242
0.197/FL 410
3,376
407
16,056
0.210/FL 410
3,430
406
16,056
0.214/FL 410
3,485
402
16,122
0.216/FL 410
3,522
0+48
1,894
0.158/FL 410
3,716
1+37
3,044
0.197/FL 410
3,789
2+36
4,731
0.211/FL 410

FAR 25, 2012 and


EASA CS 25, 2013

FAR 25 A 98 and JAR 25


Chg 15
*BCA Operators Survey
BOW 24,120 lb.

FAR 25, 2002

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Jets 20,000-lb. MTOW or greater


Manufacturer
Model
BCA Equipped Price
Characteristics
External
Dimensions
(ft.)
Internal
Dimensions
(ft.)
Baggage

Seating
Wing Loading
Power Loading
Noise (EPNdB): TO/Sideline/APR
Length
Height
Span
Length: OA/Net
Height
Width: Max/Floor
Internal: Cu. ft./lb.
External: Cu. ft./lb.
Engines

Power

Weights (lb.)

Limits

Airport
Performance

Climb

Ceilings (ft.)

Cruise

NBAA IFR
Ranges
(200-nm
alternate)

Missions
(4 passengers)

Output (lb. each)/Flat Rating


Inspection Interval
Max Ramp
Max Takeoff
Max Landing
Zero Fuel
BOW
Max Payload
Useful Load
Executive Payload
Max Fuel
Available Payload w/Max Fuel
Available Fuel w/Max Payload
Available Fuel w/Executive Payload
Mmo
Trans. Alt. FL/Vmo
PSI
TOFL (SL elev./ISA temp.)
TOFL (5,000 elev.@25C)
Hot/High Weight Limit
NBAA IFR Range
V2@SL ISA, MTOW
Vref w/4 Pax, NBAA IFR Res.
Landing Distance w/4 Pax, NBAA IFR Res.
Time to Climb/Altitude
FAR 25 Engine-Out Rate (fpm)
FAR 25 Engine-Out Gradient (ft./nm)
Certificated
All-Engine Service
Engine-Out Service
Sea-Level Cabin
TAS
Fuel Flow
Long
Range
Altitude
Specific Range
TAS
Fuel Flow
High
Speed
Altitude
Specific Range
Nautical Miles
Average Speed
Max Payload
(w/available fuel)
Trip Fuel
Specific Range/Altitude
Nautical Miles
Max Fuel
Average Speed
(w/available
Trip Fuel
payload)
Specific Range/Altitude
Nautical Miles
Average Speed
Four Passengers
(w/available fuel)
Trip Fuel
Specific Range/Altitude
Nautical Miles
Average Speed
Ferry
Trip Fuel
Specific Range/Altitude
Runway
Flight Time
300 nm
Fuel Used
Specific Range/Altitude
Runway
Flight Time
600 nm
Fuel Used
Specific Range/Altitude
Runway
Flight Time
1,000 nm
Fuel Used
Specific Range/Altitude

Remarks

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Certification Basis

Dassault
Falcon 2000S
Falcon 2000EX
$27,100,000
2+10/19
77.7
2.93
NA/NA/NA
66.3
23.2
70.2
31.2/26.2
6.2
7.7/6.3
131/1,600
/
2 P&WC
PW308C
7,000/ISA+15C
7,000c
41,200
41,000
39,300
29,700c
24,750
4,950
16,450
2,000
14,600
1,850
11,500
14,450
0.862
FL 250/370
9.3
4,325
6,050
39,950
3,555
123
106
2,300
14/FL 370
535
261
47,000
43,700
26,150
25,300
437
1,455
FL 450
0.300
482
2,280
FL 390
0.211
2,450
426
9,640
0.254/FL 450
3,445
429
12,740
0.270/FL 470
3,540
431
12,740
0.278/FL 470
3,615
430
12,740
0.284/FL 470
2,900
0+48
1,525
0.197/FL 450
2,905
1+28
2,465
0.243/FL 470
3,050
2+21
3,755
0.266/FL 470

Bombardier
Challenger 605
CL-600-2B16
$31,023,000
3+10/19
107.1
2.76
81.2/86.2/90.3
68.4
20.7
64.3
28.3/25.5
6.1
7.9/6.9
115/900
/
2 GE
CF34-3B
8,729/ISA+15C
OC
48,300
48,200
38,000
32,000c
27,150
4,850
21,150
2,000
19,852
1,298
16,300
19,150
0.850
FL 222/348
8.8
5,840
9,192
47,702
4,038
147
117
2,360
21/FL 370
581
237
41,000
38,250
20,000
23,000
424
1,828
FL 410
0.232
470
2,443
FL 370
0.192
3,010
416
14,256
0.211/FL 410
3,973
418
17,939
0.221/FL 410
4,047
418
18,105
0.224/FL 410
4,121
418
18,134
0.227/FL 410
3,389
0+47
1,593
0.188/FL 390
3,428
1+25
3,065
0.196/FL 390
3,490
2+16
5,097
0.196/FL 390

Embraer
Legacy 650
EMB-135BJ*
$31,600,000
2+13/14
97.2
2.97
78.0/86.9/91.7
86.4
21.8
69.5
49.8/42.4
6.0
6.9/5.2
286/1,441
/
2 RR
AE 3007A2
9,020/ISA+15C
OC
53,727
53,572
44,092
36,156c
31,217
4,939
22,510
2,600
20,600
1,910
17,571
19,910
0.800
FL 276/320
8.4
5,741
7,979
53,572
3,953
144
115
2,346
21/FL 370
633
259
41,000
41,000
23,128
21,650
425
1,901
FL 410
0.224
459
2,570
FL 370
0.179
3,076
417
15,238
0.202/FL 410
3,839
417
18,380
0.209/FL 410
3,919
415
18,422
0.213/FL 410
3,980
414
18,450
0.216/FL 410
3,346
0+49
1,773
0.169/FL 410
3,518
1+34
3,146
0.191/FL 410
3,573
2+33
4,815
0.208/FL 410

Bombardier
Challenger 850
CL-600-2B19
$31,981,000
2+14/15
101.8
3.04
78.8/82.4/92.1
87.8
20.4
69.6
48.4/40.2
60.0
7.9/6.9
147/900
/
2 GE
CF34-3B1
8,729/ISA+8C
OC
53,250
53,000
47,000
44,000c
34,618
9,382
18,632
2,800
18,274
358
9,250
15,832
0.850
FL 254/335
8.6
6,305
11,332
53,000p
2,986
146
126
2,475
32/FL 370
443
182
41,000
37,760
19,370
21,100
424
2,061
FL 390
0.206
459
2,393
FL 370
0.192
1,116
402
6,759
0.165/FL 370
3,089
416
16,111
0.192/FL 390
2,986
416
15,652
0.191/FL 390
3,110
416
16,124
0.193/FL 390
3,858
0+48
2,143
0.140/FL 390
4,109
1+28
3,603
0.167/FL 390
4,474
2+21
5,648
0.177/FL 390

Dassault
Falcon 2000LX
Falcon 2000EX
$32,300,000
2+8/19
81.2
3.06
76.1/91.6/90.8
66.3
23.2
70.2
31.2/26.2
6.2
7.7/6.3
131/1,600
/
2 P&WC
PW308C
7,000/ISA+15C
7,000c
43,000
42,800
39,300
29,700c
24,750
4,950
18,250
1,600
16,660
1,590
13,300
16,650
0.862
FL 250/370
9.3
5,780
8,440
42,010
4,095
138
116
2,690
16/FL 370
490
216
47,000
43,700
26,150
25,300
437
1,485
FL 450
0.294
482
2,315
FL 390
0.208
2,905
428
11,475
0.253/FL 450
3,980
431
14,835
0.268/FL 470
4,075
431
14,835
0.275/FL 470
4,145
431
14,835
0.279/FL 450
3,405
0+48
1,525
0.197/FL 450
3,405
1+28
2,465
0.243/FL 470
3,405
2+21
3,755
0.266/FL 470

FAR/EASA 25 pending
All data preliminary;
EASy II flight deck;
2014 delivery price.

FAR 25, 1980/83/


87/95/2006
Pro Line 21;
Class III EFB with IFIS.

FAR 25, 2011


*Factory modification
DCA 145-00000020/2008.

FAR/JAR 25, 1992


Optional ISA+15C
engine flat-rating.

FAR/EASA 25, 2003/09


EASy II flight deck;
autobrakes;
2014 delivery price.

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Business Airplanes

Jets 20,000-lb. MTOW or greater


Manufacturer
Model
BCA Equipped Price
Characteristics
External
Dimensions
(ft.)
Internal
Dimensions
(ft.)
Baggage

Seating
Wing Loading
Power Loading
Noise (EPNdB): TO/Sideline/APR
Length
Height
Span
Length: OA/Net
Height
Width: Max/Floor
Internal: Cu. ft./lb.
External: Cu. ft./lb.
Engines

Power

Weights (lb.)

Limits

Airport
Performance

Climb

Ceilings (ft.)

Cruise

NBAA IFR
Ranges
(200-nm
alternate)

Missions
(4 passengers)

Output (lb. each)/Flat Rating


Inspection Interval
Max Ramp
Max Takeoff
Max Landing
Zero Fuel
BOW
Max Payload
Useful Load
Executive Payload
Max Fuel
Available Payload w/Max Fuel
Available Fuel w/Max Payload
Available Fuel w/Executive Payload
Mmo
Trans. Alt. FL/Vmo
PSI
TOFL (SL elev./ISA temp.)
TOFL (5,000 elev.@25C)
Hot/High Weight Limit
NBAA IFR Range
V2@SL ISA, MTOW
Vref w/4 Pax, NBAA IFR Res.
Landing Distance w/4 Pax, NBAA IFR Res.
Time to Climb/Altitude
FAR 25 Engine-Out Rate (fpm)
FAR 25 Engine-Out Gradient (ft./nm)
Certificated
All-Engine Service
Engine-Out Service
Sea-Level Cabin
TAS
Fuel Flow
Long
Range
Altitude
Specific Range
TAS
Fuel Flow
High
Speed
Altitude
Specific Range
Nautical Miles
Average Speed
Max Payload
(w/available fuel)
Trip Fuel
Specific Range/Altitude
Nautical Miles
Max Fuel
Average Speed
(w/available
Trip Fuel
payload)
Specific Range/Altitude
Nautical Miles
Average Speed
Four Passengers
(w/available fuel)
Trip Fuel
Specific Range/Altitude
Nautical Miles
Average Speed
Ferry
Trip Fuel
Specific Range/Altitude
Runway
Flight Time
300 nm
Fuel Used
Specific Range/Altitude
Runway
Flight Time
600 nm
Fuel Used
Specific Range/Altitude
Runway
Flight Time
1,000 nm
Fuel Used
Specific Range/Altitude

Remarks

Certification Basis

Je
Dassault
Falcon 2000LXS
Falcon 2000EX
$32,900,000
2+8/19
81.2
3.06
NA/NA/NA
66.3
23.2
70.2
31.2/26.2
6.2
7.7/6.3
131/1,600
/
2 P&WC
PW308C
7,000/ISA+15C
7,000c
43,000
42,800
39,300
29,700c
24,750
4,950
18,250
1,600
16,660
1,590
13,300
16,650
0.862
FL 250/370
9.3
4,675
6,800
42,010
4,095
126
106
2,300
16/FL 370
464
219
47,000
43,700
26,150
25,300
437
1,485
FL 450
0.294
482
2,315
FL 390
0.208
2,905
428
11,475
0.253/FL 450
3,980
431
14,835
0.268/FL 470
4,075
431
14,835
0.275/FL 470
4,145
431
14,835
0.279/FL 450
2,900
0+48
1,525
0.197/FL 450
2,905
1+28
2,465
0.243/FL 470
3,050
2+21
3,755
0.266/FL 470
FAR/EASA 25, 2003/09
EASy II flight deck;
autobrakes;
2014 delivery price.

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Gulfstream Aero.
Gulfstream 450
GIV-X
$41,000,000
2+14/19
77.8
2.69
76.2/89.5/92.3
89.3
25.2
77.8
45.1/37.0
6.2
7.3/5.5
169/2,000
/
2 RR
Tay Mk 611-8C
13,850/ISA+15C
12,000t or OC
75,000
74,600
66,000
49,000c
43,200
5,800
31,800
2,800
29,281
2,519
26,000
29,000
0.880
FL 280/340
9.6
5,600
8,200
74,600
4,328
150
123
2,663
16/FL 370
712
285
45,000
42,400
25,000
26,700
459
2,585
FL 450
0.178
476
3,055
FL 410
0.156
3,549
452
22,622
0.157/FL 450
4,216
453
26,023
0.162/FL 450
4,328
452
26,087
0.166/FL 450
4,382
453
26,116
0.168/FL 450
3,225
0+46
2,599
0.115/FL 450
3,258
1+25
4,113
0.146/FL 450
3,304
2+18
6,176
0.162/FL 450
FAR 25, 2004

Dassault
Falcon 900LX
Falcon 900EX
$42,200,000
2+12/19
92.9
3.27
78.2/90.3/92.1
66.3
24.8
70.2
39.0/33.2
6.2
7.7/6.3
127/2,866
/
3 Hon
TFE731-60
5,000/ISA+17C
6,000c
49,200
49,000
44,500
30,864c
26,750
4,114
22,450
2,400
20,905
1,545
18,336
20,050
0.870
FL 250/370
9.3
5,360
7,615
48,255
4,710
134
111
2,432
18/FL 370
703
315
51,000
40,100
31,400
25,300
431
1,670
FL 430
0.258
474
2,230
FL 390
0.213
3,810
420
16,386
0.233/FL 430
4,595
421
18,955
0.242/FL 430
4,695
420
18,955
0.248/FL 430
4,765
420
18,955
0.251/FL 430
2,880
0+47
1,595
0.188/FL 450
2,870
1+27
2,630
0.228/FL 470
2,880
2+20
4,075
0.245/FL 470
FAR 25/EASA 25,
1979/2010
EASy flight deck;
2014 delivery price.

Bombardier
Global 5000
BD-700-1A11
$48,963,000
3+13/19
90.5
3.14
81.3/88.9/89.7
96.8
25.5
94.0
45.7/40.7
6.3
8.2/6.9
195/1,000
/
2 RR
BR700-710A2-20
14,750/ISA+20C
OC
92,750
92,500
78,600
58,000c
50,861
7,139
41,889
2,600
38,959
2,930
34,750
38,959
0.890
FL 303/340
10.3
5,540
6,798
88,373
5,185
133
107
2,189
18/FL 370
704
318
51,000
44,600
20,600
30,125
470
2,856
FL 450
0.165
505
3,582
FL 410
0.141
4,958
463
33,418
0.148/FL 470
5,381
463
35,695
0.151/FL 470
5,520
463
35,761
0.154/FL 470
5,572
463
35,786
0.156/FL 470
2,483
0+46
2,755
0.109/FL 490
2,572
1+23
4,442
0.135/FL 490
2,693
2+13
6,747
0.148/FL 470

Dassault
Falcon 7X
Falcon 7X
$52,300,000
3+12/19
92.0
3.64
83.7/90.3/92.6
76.1
25.7
86.0
46.5/39.1
6.2
7.7/6.3
140/2,004
/
3 P&WC
PW307A
6,402/ISA+17C
7,200c
70,200
70,000
62,400
41,000c
36,600
4,400
33,600
2,400
31,940
1,660
29,200
31,200
0.900
FL 270/370
10.2
5,705
8,045
69,140
5,795
133
106
2,120
18/FL 370
615
280
51,000
41,360
31,560
29,200
459
2,260
FL 430
0.203
497
3,205
FL 390
0.155
5,000
453
26,820
0.186/FL 450
5,670
454
29,560
0.192/FL 470
5,760
454
29,560
0.195/FL 470
5,840
454
29,560
0.198/FL 470
2,500
0+46
2,075
0.145/FL 450
2,515
1+25
3,285
0.183/FL 470
2,640
2+17
4,945
0.202/FL 470

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FAR/EASA 25, 2007
EASA 25 2004
EASy II flight deck; DFCS;
Global Vision flight deck.
2014 delivery price.

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Business Airplanes

Jets 20,000-lb. MTOW or greater


Manufacturer
Model
BCA Equipped Price
Characteristics
External
Dimensions
(ft.)
Internal
Dimensions
(ft.)
Baggage

Seating
Wing Loading
Power Loading
Noise (EPNdB): TO/Sideline/APR
Length
Height
Span
Length: OA/Net
Height
Width: Max/Floor
Internal: Cu. ft./lb.
External: Cu. ft./lb.
Engines

Power

Weights (lb.)

Limits

Airport
Performance

Climb

Ceilings (ft.)

Cruise

NBAA IFR
Ranges
(200-nm
alternate)

Missions
(4 passengers)

Output (lb. each)/Flat Rating


Inspection Interval
Max Ramp
Max Takeoff
Max Landing
Zero Fuel
BOW
Max Payload
Useful Load
Executive Payload
Max Fuel
Available Payload w/Max Fuel
Available Fuel w/Max Payload
Available Fuel w/Executive Payload
Mmo
Trans. Alt. FL/Vmo
PSI
TOFL (SL elev./ISA temp.)
TOFL (5,000 elev.@25C)
Hot/High Weight Limit
NBAA IFR Range
V2@SL ISA, MTOW
Vref w/4 Pax, NBAA IFR Res.
Landing Distance w/4 Pax, NBAA IFR Res.
Time to Climb/Altitude
FAR 25 Engine-Out Rate (fpm)
FAR 25 Engine-Out Gradient (ft./nm)
Certificated
All-Engine Service
Engine-Out Service
Sea-Level Cabin
TAS
Fuel Flow
Long
Range
Altitude
Specific Range
TAS
Fuel Flow
High
Speed
Altitude
Specific Range
Nautical Miles
Average Speed
Max Payload
(w/available fuel)
Trip Fuel
Specific Range/Altitude
Nautical Miles
Max Fuel
Average Speed
(w/available
Trip Fuel
payload)
Specific Range/Altitude
Nautical Miles
Average Speed
Four Passengers
(w/available fuel)
Trip Fuel
Specific Range/Altitude
Nautical Miles
Average Speed
Ferry
Trip Fuel
Specific Range/Altitude
Runway
Flight Time
300 nm
Fuel Used
Specific Range/Altitude
Runway
Flight Time
600 nm
Fuel Used
Specific Range/Altitude
Runway
Flight Time
1,000 nm
Fuel Used
Specific Range/Altitude

Remarks

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Certification Basis

Embraer
Lineage 1000
ERJ 190-100 ECJ
$53,000,000
3+13/19
120.7
3.25
86.4/92.7/92.5
118.9
34.7
94.2
84.3/84.3
6.6
8.8/8.0
323/2,293
120/705
2 GE
CF34-10E7-B
18,500/ISA+15C
OC
120,591
120,152
100,972
80,469
70,844
9,625
49,747
2,600
48,217
1,530
40,122
47,147
0.820
FL 289/320
8.8
6,076
9,500
112,038
3,873
140
110
2,041
28/FL 350
NA
NA
41,000
35,000
19,178
23,190
455
4,190
FL 380
0.109
472
5,035
FL 350
0.094
3,458
442
35,497
0.097/FL 380
4,499
444
43,901
0.102/FL 410
4,554
444
44,168
0.103/FL 410
4,592
444
44,198
0.104/FL 410
3,027
0+48
3,459
0.087/FL 390
3,136
1+25
5,908
0.102/FL 410
3,281
2+20
9,147
0.109/FL 410
FAR/EASA 25, 2008

Airbus
Boeing
ACJ318
BBJ2
A318-112
737-800
$72,000,000
$88,800,000
4+18/132
4+19/189
113.6
129.9
3.22
3.19
83.0/91.9/93.9
86.0/94.4/96.4
103.2
129.5
41.1
41.2
111.8
117.4
70.2/70.2
98.3/98.3
7.4
7.1
12.1/11.7
11.6/10.7
395/NA
NA/NA
430/NA
721/NA
2 CFMI
2 CFMI
CFM56-5B9/3*
CFM56-7B27E
23,300/ISA+30C
27,300/ISA+15C
OC
OC
150,800
174,700
149,900
174,200
126,765
146,300
120,150c
138,300c
96,694
103,800
23,456
34,500
54,106
70,900
3,600
3,800
48,660
69,961
5,446
939
30,650
36,400
48,660
67,100
0.820
0.820
FL 250/350
FL 260/340
8.2
9.0
5,870
6,670
7,660
12,850
149,900
174,200
4,250
5,648
NA
152
NA
121
2,150
2,370
20/FL 370
27/FL 370
NA
NA
NA
NA
41,000
41,000
NA
37,700
NA
20,000
MA
24,000
444
454
4,230
5,043
FL 390
FL 390
0.105
0.090
470
470
5,360
5,721
FL 370
FL 360
0.088
0.082
2,048
2,279
426
433
24,129
29,968
0.085/FL 370
0.076/FL 370
4,000
5,726
437
445
42,710
64,835
0.094/FL 410
0.088/FL 410
4,300
5,622
436
444
43,601
63,899
0.099/FL 410
0.088/FL 410
4,300
5,754
436
444
43,653
64,855
0.099/FL 410
0.089/FL 410
3,675
3,245
0+53
0+56
4,077
4,547
0.074/FL 370
0.066/FL 310
3,700
3,365
1+33
1+32
6,694
7,268
0.090/FL 410
0.083/FL 410
3,760
3,535
2+27
2+26
10,225
11,088
0.098/FL 410
0.090/FL 410
FAR 25, 2003
FAR 25 A 77, 1967/98
*Also avail with PW6124; All passenger and range
incl. 2 addl center tanks;
missions flown with
price incl. VIP cabin.
eight passengers.

Airbus
Boeing
A320 Prestige
BBJ3
A320-214
737-900ER
$95,000,000
$96,500,000
4+18/179
4+19/215
130.3
139.9
3.18
3.44
85.5/93.4/95.5
88.4/93.8/96.4
123.3
138.2
38.6
41.2
111.8
117.4
90.3/90.3
107.2/107.2
7.4
7.1
12.1/11.7
11.6/10.7
NA/NA
NA/NA
985/NA
882/NA
2 CFMI
2 CFMI
CFM56-5B4/3*
CFM56-7B27E
27,000/ISA+29C
27,300/ISA+15C
OC
OC
172,850
188,200
171,950
187,700
145,500
157,300
137,800c
149,300c
109,000
111,650
28,800
37,650
63,850
76,550
3,600
3,800
53,450
73,472
10,400
3,078
35,050
38,900
53,450
72,750
0.820
0.820
FL 250/350
FL 260/340
8.3
9.0
6,920
8,350
9,355
14,500
171,950
175,500p
4,300
4,751
NA
NA
NA
122
2,400
2,510
23/FL 360
26/FL 350
NA
NA
NA
NA
39,000
41,000
NA
35,000
NA
NA
NA
24,000
451
455
4,730
5,427
FL 370
FL 360
0.095
0.084
473
473
5,860
6,272
350
FL 350
0.081
0.075
2,100
2,223
428
436
27,936
32,052
0.075/FL 350
0.069/FL 350
3,852
5,452
438
447
46,930
67,949
0.082/FL 390
0.080/FL 390
4,330
5,496
438
446
48,057
67,985
0.090/FL 390
0.081/FL 390
4,380
5,555
438
447
48,108
68,030
0.091/FL 390
0.082/FL 390
3,670
3,700
0+55
0+55
4,265
4,841
0.070/FL 350
0.062/FL 290
3,700
3,855
1+34
1+32
7,080
7,775
0.085/FL 390
0.077/FL 390
3,760
4,045
2+28
2+26
10,970
11,943
0.091/FL 390
0.084/FL 390
FAR 25, 1999
FAR 25 A 77, 1967/98/2007
*Also avail. with 26,500-lbf All passenger and range
IAEV2527M-A5; incl. 2 addl
missions flown with
center tanks and VIP cabin.
eight passengers.

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ultra-long-range Jets
Manufacturer
Model
BCA Equipped Price
Characteristics
External
Dimensions
(ft.)
Internal
Dimensions
(ft.)
Baggage

Seating
Wing Loading
Power Loading
Noise (EPNdB): TO/Sideline/APR
Length
Height
Span
Length: OA/Net
Height
Width: Max/Floor
Internal: Cu. ft./lb.
External: Cu. ft./lb.
Engines

Power

Weights (lb.)

Limits

Airport
Performance

Climb

Ceiling (ft.)

Cruise

NBAA IFR
Ranges
(200-nm
alternate)

Missions
(8 passengers)

Output (lb. each)/Flat Rating


Inspection Interval
Max Ramp
Max Takeoff
Max Landing
Zero Fuel
BOW
Max Payload
Useful Load
Executive Payload
Max Fuel
Available Payload w/Max Fuel
Available Fuel w/Max Payload
Available Fuel w/Executive Payload
Mmo
Trans. Alt. FL/Vmo
PSI
TOFL (SL elev./ISA temp.)
TOFL (5,000 elev.@25C)
Hot/High Weight Limit
NBAA IFR Range
V2 @ SL, ISA, MTOW
Vref w/4 Pax, NBAA IFR Res.
Landing Distance w/4 Pax, NBAA IFR Res.
Time to Climb/Altitude
FAR 25 Engine-Out Rate (fpm)
FAR 25 Engine-Out Gradient (ft./nm)
Certificated
All-Engine Service
Engine-Out Service
Sea-Level Cabin
TAS
Fuel Flow
Long
Range
Altitude
Specific Range
TAS
Fuel Flow
High
Speed
Altitude
Specific Range
Nautical Miles
Average Speed
Max Payload
(w/available fuel)
Trip Fuel
Specific Range/Altitude
Nautical Miles
Max Fuel
Average Speed
(w/available
Trip Fuel
payload)
Specific Range/Altitude
Nautical Miles
Average Speed
Eight Passengers
(w/available fuel)
Trip Fuel
Specific Range/Altitude
Nautical Miles
Average Speed
Ferry
Trip Fuel
Specific Range/Altitude
Runway
Flight Time
1,000 nm
Fuel Used
Specific Range/Altitude
Runway
Flight Time
3,000 nm
Fuel Used
Specific Range/Altitude
Runway
Flight Time
6,000 nm
Fuel Used
Specific Range/Altitude

Remarks

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Gulfstream Aero.
Gulfstream 550
GV-SP
$58,500,000
4+16/19
80.1
2.96
79.3/90.2/90.8
96.4
25.8
93.5
50.1/42.6
6.2
7.3/5.5
226/2,500
/
2 RR
BR700-710C4-11
15,385/ISA+15C
8,000t or OC
91,400
91,000
75,300
54,500c
48,700
5,800
42,700
3,200
40,994
1,706
36,900
39,500
0.885
FL 270/340
10.2
5,910
9,070
91,000
6,738
147
112
2,240
18/FL 370
594
242
51,000
42,700
25,820
29,200
459
2,563
FL 450
0.179
488
3,228
FL 430
0.151
5,767
452
33,993
0.170/FL 490
6,698
454
38,202
0.175/FL 490
6,708
453
38,205
0.176/FL 490
6,853
454
38,251
0.179/FL 510
3,436
2+20
5,599
0.179/FL 490
3,599
6+42
15,474
0.194/FL 490
5,277
13+15
33,428
0.179/FL 490

Bombardier
Global 6000
BD-700-1A10
$60,485,000
4+13/19
97.4
3.37
82.4/87.9/89.7
99.4
25.5
94.0
48.4/43.2
6.3
8.2/6.9
195/1,000
/
2 RR
BR700-710A2-20
14,750/ISA+20C
OC
99,750
99,500
78,600
58,000c
52,230
5,770
47,520
2,600
44,716
2,804
41,750
44,716
0.890
FL 303/340
10.3
6,476
7,880
94,513p
5,633
142
110
2,236
20/FL 370
474
200
51,000
42,400
18,000
30,125
470
3,043
FL 450
0.154
499
3,789
FL 410
0.132
5,876
463
40,480
0.145/FL 450
6,111
464
41,780
0.146/FL 450
6,163
464
41,780
0.148/FL 450
6,258
464
41,780
0.150/FL 470
2,832
2+13
6,838
0.146/FL 490
3,818
6+20
19,461
0.154/FL 490
6,144
12+31
41,780
0.144/FL 450

Gulfstream Aero.
Gulfstream 650
GVI
$64,500,000
4+16/19
77.6
2.95
77.5/89.8/88.3
99.8
25.7
99.6
53.6/46.8
6.4
8.5/7.0
235/2,500
/
2 RR
BR700-725A1-12
16,900/ISA+15C
10,000t
100,000
99,600
83,500
60,500c
54,342
6,158
45,658
3,200
44,200
1,458
39,500
42,458
0.925
FL 290/340
10.7
5,858
9,000
99,600
7,000
146
114
2,667
20/FL 370
NA
NA
51,000
42,700
25,000
31,900
488
2,686
FL 450
0.182
516
3,368
FL 430
0.153
5,980
474
36,500
0.164/FL 490
7,000
476
41,200
0.170/FL 510
7,000
476
41,200
0.170/FL 510
7,157
477
41,200
0.174/FL 510
3,283
2+12
5,891
0.170/FL 510
3,586
6+18
16,191
0.185/FL 510
5,214
12+29
34,313
0.175/FL 510

Boeing
BBJ
737-700IGW
$71,400,000
4+19/149
127.5
3.13
85.4/94.9/95.8
110.3
41.2
117.4
79.2/79.2
7.1
11.6/10.7
NA/NA
169/NA
2 CFMI
CFM56-7B27E
27,300/ISA+15C
OC
171,500
171,000
134,000
126,000c
97,740
28,260
73,760
3,800
71,737
2,023
45,500
69,960
0.820
FL 260/340
9.0
6,085
10,200
170,827
6,260
141
116
2,360
25/FL 370
NA
NA
41,000
38,000
20,500
24,000
452
4,707
FL 390
0.096
470
5,567
FL 370
0.084
3,291
437
39,571
0.083/FL 390
6,229
442
66,866
0.093/FL 410
6,237
442
66,871
0.093/FL 410
6,306
442
66,914
0.094/FL 410
3,480
2+27
10,422
0.096/FL 410
4,275
6+55
29,650
0.101/FL 410
5,870
13+34
63,852
0.094/FL 410

FAR 25, 1998/2003


and JAR 25
Includes BEVS and new
Global Vision flight deck.

FAR, EASA CS 25, 2012

FAR 25 A 77, 1967/98

Airbus
ACJ319
A319-133
$87,000,000
4+19/156
127.8
3.12
85.4/94.6/94.2
111.0
38.6
111.8
78.0/78.0
7.4
12.2/11.6
160/NA
NA/NA
2 CFMI
CFM56-5B7/3*
27,000/ISA+29C
OC
169,530
168,650
137,790
128,970c
96,450**
32,520
73,080
3,800
72,560
520
40,560
69,280
0.820
FL 250/350
8.3
6,170
8,360
168,650
6,000
137
111
2,220
22/360
NA
NA
41,000
36,000
18,000
22,000
447
4,695
FL 370
0.095
470
5,830
FL 370
0.081
2,679
434
33,677
0.080/FL 370
6,134
442
66,673
0.092/FL 410
6,002
442
65,558
0.092/FL 410
6,200
442
67,207
0.092/FL 410
4,075
2+26
10,370
0.096/FL 410
4,280
6+54
30,070
0.100/FL 410
6,160
13+35
65,528
0.092/FL 410
FAR 25, 1999
*Avail. with 26,500-lbf
IAEV2527M-A5; incl. 6 addl
center tanks, VIP cabin;
**Spec wt.

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