Duncan Aviation publishes Business Jet Model/Market Summary

Duncan Aviation recently published the first edition of its Business Jet Model/Market Summary. The Spring 2014 edition of this quick reference guide is compiled to show the latest market intelligence in an easy-to-use and easy-to-compare format, company officials said.

Duncan Aviation’s Aircraft Sales and Acquisitions team summarizes the data from well-known industry sources and their own market knowledge and experience. They then compile it quarterly for the light jet, mid-size jet and long-range jet categories.

Working with Vref Publishing’s Aircraft Value Reference, Conklin de Decker Associates, and the aircraft manufacturers, the team updates the data in these lists with the latest market intelligence on business aircraft models in operation today and how they compare to others in the same size category.

“When acquiring or upgrading a business aircraft, selecting the right make/model is one of your most important decisions,” says Doug Kvassay, a longtime Aircraft Sales expert with Duncan Aviation. “I originally put this tool together for a client to help him easily identify the aircraft models he wanted to consider purchasing. It was such a quick and concise way to compare all the data that we decided others could benefit from it as well. So we expanded it for other size models and will be publishing it quarterly.

The Business Jet Model/Market Summary includes:

  • Years Produced. The range of years the model was in production.
  • Vref Price Range. The current marketing value according to the Vref – Aircraft Value Reference.
  • Variable Cost/Hour. The estimated cost to operate the aircraft at full capacity.
  • Normal Cruise Speed.
  • Cabin Volume/Length/Height.
  • Cabin Seats. The number of available seats on the aircraft.
  • Expected Avionics. The expected avionics found in the Flightdeck.
  • NBAA IFR Range-Seats Full. The list is sorted by this, the flight range in nautical miles with all seats full.
  • NBAA IFR Range Ferry. Flight range in nautical miles with no passengers.
  • Payload with Fuel Full. In pounds.
  • Average Fuel Burn. In gallons per hour.
  • Pilots Required. The number of pilots required to fly the aircraft.

To access the most recent Business Jet Model/Market Summary, visit DuncanAviation.aero/resources

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