air.one has conducted comprehensive research canvassing all aircraft currently available for sale in the market. In order to present all aircraft on an equal playing field, air.one have produced a standardized set of performance assumptions for which all aircraft manufacturers are to be held accountable.

The result is a comprehensive tool that allows all industry stakeholders, aircraft advisers, flight departments, management companies and prospective aircraft buyers to quickly and accurately compare the available fleet.

Base Aircraft Price (USD) The price of the aircraft delivered ready to fly, excluding sales taxes, as presented in the listing.
Base Aircraft Price (USD) – Experimental The price of all airframe components, engine, propeller, base model avionics and finishing kits crated for shipping,  in order to complete an aircraft build to the point of flight, excluding sales taxes, as presented in the listing.
Factory Assist – Experimental The price of the aircraft with any ‘factory assist’ building programs, excluding sales taxes, as presented in the listing.
Kit incl. Powerplant – Experimental The price of the aircraft including all firewall forward components such as engine mount, engine and propeller packaged ready to ship, excluding sales taxes, as presented in the listing.
Kit excl. Powerplant – Experimental The price of the aircraft excluding firewall forward components such as engine mount, engine and propeller packaged ready to ship, excluding sales taxes, as presented in the listing.
Direct Operating Cost (DOC) The estimated direct operating cost of the aircraft, calculated by Conklin & de Decker, Aircraft Cost Calculator or equivalent, presented as US dollars per hour. The estimated DOC includes variable costs such as fuel, fuel additives, lubricants, maintenance labor, engine restoration costs, major periodic maintenance, propeller, and APU overhaul. For comparability purposes, the fuel cost should be calculated at US$4.50 per gallon.
DOC / nm The DOC per nautical mile based on max cruise speed.
DOC / nm / Seat – Business Jet The DOC per nautical mile per seat based on max cruise speed and the standard number of cabin seats.
DOC / nm / Seat – Other than Business Jet The DOC per nautical mile per seat based on max cruise speed and the standard number of total seats.
Total Seats Total belted seats certified for take-off and landing (incl. crew and passengers).
Cockpit The maximum number of seats in the cockpit and or forward compartment of the aircraft.
Standard Cabin Seats The standard number of seats in the main cabin of the aircraft, including belted lavatories if installed as standard equipment in the aircraft.
Max Cabin Seats The maximum number of installable seats in the main cabin of the aircraft certified for take-off and landing.
Min Crew Minimum crew certified to operate the aircraft for stated mission capability.
Flight Deck (Base Spec) Standard flight deck avionics as presented in the listing.
Flight Rules Flight rules for the aircraft based on the standard avionics suite as presented in the listing (IFR, VFR, Night VFR)
Certification Aircraft certification gained from the primary aerospace regulators.
OEM Verification Manufacturer verified or non-verified performance data, price and DOC estimates.
Max Cruise Speed (Mach) Maximum continuous speed regardless of weight, altitude and temperature, expressed in Mach.
Max Cruise Speed (ktas) Maximum continuous speed regardless of weight, altitude and temperature, expressed in knots true airspeed.
Cruise Speed @ 85% (ktas) – Business Jet / Turboprop Maximum speed achieved at 85% power at MGW, at optimum altitude, in ISA conditions, expressed in knots true airspeed.
Cruise Speed @ 85% (ktas) – Helicopter Maximum speed achieved at 85% power at MGW, at sea level in ISA conditions, expressed in knots true airspeed.
Cruise Speed @ 75% (ktas) – Piston, LSA, Experimental Maximum speed achieved at 75% power at MGW, at optimum altitude, in ISA conditions, expressed in knots true airspeed.
Long Range Cruise (Mach) The designated speed to achieve maximum range (see Max Range assumption for conditions), expressed in Mach.
Long Range Cruise (ktas) The designated speed to achieve maximum range (see Max Range assumption for conditions), expressed in knots true airspeed.
Vref (kias) – Business Jet / Turboprop Final approach speed based on the reference landing speed, at MLW, at sea level, in ISA conditions, expressed in knots indicated airspeed.
Max Speed (Vne) Maximum allowable speed of the aircraft (Vne) at MGW, at sea level, in ISA conditions, expressed in knots indicated airspeed.
Stall Speed – Clean (kias) – Piston / LSA / Experimental The stall speed of the aircraft with no flaps applied at MGW, at sea level, in ISA conditions, expressed in knots indicated airspeed.
Stall Speed – Flaps (kias) – Piston / LSA / Experimental The stall speed of the aircraft with full flaps applied at MGW, at sea level, in ISA conditions, expressed in knots indicated airspeed.
Max Range (nm) – Business Jet / Turboprop Maximum range on standard specified fuel tanks for the aircraft as presented, the minimum crew (180 lbs per crew member), optimum altitude, in ISA conditions, zero wind, NBAA IFR reserves, expressed in nautical miles.
Max Range (nm) – Helicopter Maximum range on standard specified fuel tanks for the aircraft as presented, the minimum crew (180 lbs per crew member), at sea level, in ISA conditions, zero wind, NBAA VFR reserves, expressed in nautical miles.
Max Range (nm) – Piston Aircraft Maximum range on standard specified fuel tanks for the aircraft as presented, the minimum crew (180 lbs per crew member), optimum altitude, in ISA conditions, zero wind, NBAA VFR reserves, expressed in nautical miles.
Max Range (nm) – LSA / Experimental Maximum range on standard specified fuel tanks for the aircraft as presented, the minimum crew (180 lbs per crew member), at sea level, in ISA conditions, zero wind, NBAA VFR reserves, expressed in nautical miles.
Range @ 85% (nm) – Business Jet / Turboprop Maximum range on standard specified fuel tanks for the aircraft as presented, at 85% (or max continuous power, if lower than 85%) at MTOW, optimum altitude,  in ISA conditions, zero wind, NBAA IFR reserves, expressed in nautical miles.
Range @ 85% (nm) – Helicopter Maximum range on standard specified fuel tanks for the aircraft as presented, at 85% (or max continuous power, if lower than 85%) at MTOW, at sea level,  in ISA conditions, zero wind, VFR reserves (20 min at normal cruise speed), expressed in nautical miles.
Range @ 75% (nm) – Piston / LSA / Experimental Maximum range on standard specified fuel tanks for the aircraft as presented, at 75% (or max continuous power, if lower than 75%) at MTOW, at sea level,  in ISA conditions, zero wind, VFR reserves (30 min at normal cruise speed), expressed in nautical miles.
Range Seats Full (nm) – Business Jet / Turboprop Maximum range on standard specified fuel tanks for the aircraft as presented, at 85% (or max continuous power, if lower than 85%), with all available seats occupied (180 lbs per occupant), optimum altitude,  in ISA conditions, zero wind, NBAA IFR reserves, expressed in nautical miles.
Range Seats Full (nm) – Helicopter Maximum range on standard specified fuel tanks for the aircraft as presented, at 85% (or max continuous power, if lower than 85%), with all available seats occupied (180 lbs per occupant), at sea level,  in ISA conditions, zero wind, VFR reserves (20 min at normal cruise speed), expressed in nautical miles.
Range Seats Full (nm) – Piston / LSA / Experimental Maximum range on standard specified fuel tanks for the aircraft as presented, at 75% (or max continuous power, if lower than 75%), with all available seats occupied (180 lbs per occupant), at sea level,  in ISA conditions, zero wind, VFR reserves (30 min at normal cruise speed), expressed in nautical miles.
Max Range Crew + 4 (nm) – Business Jet / Turboprop Maximum range on standard specified fuel tanks for the aircraft as presented, at 85% (or max continuous power, if lower than 85%), with minimum crew + 4 passengers (180 lbs per occupant), optimum altitude,  in ISA conditions, zero wind, NBAA IFR reserves, expressed in nautical miles.
Endurance (hrs) – Business Jet / Turboprop The maximum time the aircraft can remain airborne on standard specified fuel tanks as presented with min crew, optimum altitude, in ISA conditions, zero wind, NBAA IFR reserves, expressed in hours.
Endurance (hrs) – Helicopter The maximum time the aircraft can remain airborne on standard specified fuel tanks as presented with min crew, at sea level, in ISA conditions, zero wind, VFR reserves (20 min at normal cruise speed), expressed in hours.
Endurance (hrs) – Piston / LSA / Experimental The maximum time the aircraft can remain airborne on standard specified fuel tanks as presented with min crew, at sea level, in ISA conditions, zero wind, VFR reserves (30 min at normal cruise speed), expressed in hours.
Min. Take-Off Roll (ft) – Piston / LSA / Experimental The minimum ground distance required for the aircraft configured as presented to take flight, min crew (180 lbs per crew member), at sea level, in ISA conditions, zero wind, with VFR reserve fuel, presented in feet.
Take-off FL (ft) The greater of the OEI (one engine inoperative) take-off distance and the accelerate-stop distance, at MTOW, at sea level, in ISA conditions, zero wind, presented in feet.
Take-Off (5000 / ISA + 10) The greater of the OEI (one engine inoperative) take-off distance and the accelerate-stop distance, at MTOW, at 5000ft, in ISA+10 conditions, zero wind, presented in feet.
Take-off Roll (ft) The minimum ground roll distance required for the aircraft as presented to take flight, at MTOW, at sea level, in ISA conditions, zero wind, presented in feet.
Take-Off >50ft Obst. (ft) The minimum distance required for the aircraft as presented to take flight clearing a 50ft obstacle at the end of the runway, at MTOW, at sea level, in ISA conditions, zero wind, presented in feet.
Take-Off Water Run (ft) The minimum water run distance required for the aircraft as presented to take flight, at MTOW, at sea level, in ISA conditions, zero wind, presented in feet.
Min. Landing Roll (ft) – Piston / LSA / Experimental The minimum ground distance required for the aircraft as presented to come to a complete stop following touchdown, min crew (180 lbs per crew member), at sea level, in ISA conditions, zero wind, with VFR reserve fuel, presented in feet.
Landing Roll (ft) The minimum ground distance required for the aircraft as presented to come to a complete stop following touchdown, at MLW, at sea level, in ISA conditions, zero wind, presented in feet.
Landing >50ft Obst. (ft) The minimum distance required for the aircraft as presented to come to a complete stop clearing a 50ft obstacle at the ahead of the runway, at MLW, at sea level, in ISA conditions, zero wind, presented in feet.
Landing Water Run (ft) The minimum water distance required for the aircraft as presented to come to a complete stop following touchdown, at MLW, at sea level, in ISA conditions, zero wind, presented in feet.
Max Climb Rate (fpm) The maximum climb rate of the aircraft at MTOW, at sea level, in ISA conditions, zero winds, presented in feet per minute, presented in feet.
Service Ceiling (ft) The certified service ceiling of the aircraft, presented in feet.
Hover IGE (ft) The certified vertical limit for a helicopter to achieve an in-ground-effect hover at MGW, presented in feet.
Hover OGE (ft) The certified vertical limit for a helicopter to achieve an out-of-ground-effect hover at MGW, presented in feet.
Max Glide Ratio The maximum glide ratio of the aircraft at idle power at MGW, presented in feet.
G Limits The maximum positive and negative G-load limits of the aircraft.
Max Wave Height (ft) The wave height limit suitable for the aircraft to land on water, presented in feet.
MRAMP (lbs) Maximum ramp weight for the aircraft as presented, at sea level, in ISA conditions, expressed in pounds.
MTOW (lbs) Maximum take-off weight for the aircraft as presented, at sea level, in ISA conditions, expressed in pounds.
MTOW External Load (lbs) – Helicopter Maximum take-off weight with an external load for the aircraft as presented, at sea level, in ISA conditions, expressed in pounds.
Max External Load (lbs) – Helicopter Maximum allowable external load for the aircraft as presented, at sea level, in ISA conditions, expressed in pounds.
MLW (lbs) Maximum landing weight of the aircraft as presented, at sea level, in ISA conditions, expressed in pounds.
MZFW (lbs) – Business Jet / Turboprop Maximum zero fuel weight of the aircraft as presented, at sea level in ISA conditions, expressed in pounds.
BEW (lbs) The basic empty weight of the aircraft as presented, including un-usable fuel, full operating fluids and oil, and any standard or optional installed equipment, expressed in pounds.
BOW (lbs) Basic operating weight of the aircraft as presented, including the BEW + minimum, required crew (180 lbs per crew member), expressed in pounds.
Useful Load (lbs) Useful load of the aircraft as presented, being the MTOW less the BEW, at sea level, in ISA conditions, expressed in pounds.
Max Payload (lbs) Maximum payload of the aircraft as presented, being the MTOW less the BOW, at sea level, in ISA conditions, expressed in pounds.
Fuel Capacity (lbs) The fuel capacity in standard specified fuel tanks of the aircraft as presented, expressed in pounds.
Useful Load Max Fuel (lbs) Useful load of the aircraft with maximum fuel in standard specified tanks for the aircraft as presented, expressed in pounds.
Payload Max Fuel (lbs) The payload of the aircraft with maximum fuel in standard specified tanks for the aircraft as presented, expressed in pounds.
Max Baggage Weight (lbs) Maximum allowable baggage/luggage in the standard specified baggage compartment for the aircraft as presented, expressed in pounds.
Hopper Capacity (lbs) – AgPlane Maximum capacity of any internal/external hopper for fertilizer, retardant, water, etc, expressed in pounds.
Cabin Height (ft) The maximum cabin height of the aircraft expressed in feet.
Aisle Step (ft) The depth of the aisle from the floor of the cabin to the seating floor expressed in feet.
Cabin Width (ft) The maximum cabin width of the aircraft expressed in feet.
Cabin Width – Floor (ft) The cabin width at the point the floor meets the side wall of the aircraft expressed in feet.
Cabin Length (ft) – Business Jet / Turboprop The overall length of the cabin including the galley, main seating and lavatory if applicable, excluding cabin accessible baggage compartment. Expressed in feet.
Cabin Length (ft) – Helicopter / Piston The overall length of the cabin including the cockpit expressed in feet.
Cabin Length – Seating (ft) The overall length of the cabin main seating area, excluding the galley, lavatory, and cabin accessible baggage compartment. Expressed in feet.
Cabin Volume (cu. ft) – Business Jet / Turboprop The overall volume of the cabin including the galley and lavatory where applicable, expressed in cubic feet.
Cabin Volume (cu. ft) – Helicopter / Piston The overall volume of the cabin including the cockpit expressed in cubic feet.
Baggage Volume Int. (cu. ft) The volume of the internal baggage compartment expressed in cubic feet.
Baggage Volume Ext. (cu. ft) The volume of the external baggage compartment expressed in cubic feet.
Hopper Capacity (gal) – AgPlane The capacity of the hopper expressed in US gallons.
Configuration The standard configuration of the cabin included in the list price of the aircraft. Green Interior refers to an aircraft that is delivered with no installed cabin finishes included in the list price.
Crew Rest The inclusion of a certified crew rest area for long-range operations.
Jump Seat The inclusion of a certified crew jump seat for long-range operations.
Max Cabin Altitude The maximum relative cabin altitude of a pressurized aircraft at the certified service ceiling expressed in feet.
SL Cabin Altitude The maximum altitude that the pressurized cabin is able to maintain the relative pressure of sea level, expressed in feet.
Cabin Pressure The cabin pressure expressed in pounds per square inch.
Horsepower The available horsepower the engine is rated for at sea level, in ISA conditions.
Flat Rating The ISA temperature in which the engine is capable of producing its maximum rated horsepower/thrust.
Fuel Capacity (gal) The total fuel capacity of the aircraft expressed in gallons.
Usable Fuel (gal) The usable fuel capacity of the aircraft expressed in gallons.
Fuel Burn (gph) The estimated fuel burn of the aircraft based on the long-range cruise speed of the aircraft at MGW in ISA conditions and cruising altitude required to achieve maximum range. Expressed in gallons per hour.
Fuel Burn (lbph) The estimated fuel burn of the aircraft based on the long-range cruise speed of the aircraft at MGW in ISA conditions and cruising altitude required to achieve maximum range. Expressed in pounds per hour.
NM per Gal Nautical miles per gallon based on the estimated fuel burn at long range cruise speed.

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