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.
Factory Assist – ExperimentalThe price of the aircraft with any ‘factory assist’ building programs, excluding sales taxes, as presented in the listing.
Kit incl. Powerplant – ExperimentalThe 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 – ExperimentalThe 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 CostThe 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.
Total SeatsTotal belted seats certified for take-off and landing (incl. crew and passengers).
Min CrewMinimum crew certified to operate the aircraft.
Max Passengers – Business JetMaximum passengers in the main cabin of the aircraft.
Max Passengers – Turboprop, Piston, HelicopterMaximum passengers excluding the minimum crew requirement (including the non-control cockpit seat if applicable).
Standard PassengersStandard seating configuration of the aircraft as presented in the listing.
Flight Deck (Base Spec)Standard flight deck avionics as presented in the listing.
Flight RulesFlight rules for the aircraft based on the standard avionics suite as presented in the listing (IFR, VFR, Night VFR)
CertificationAircraft certification gained from the primary aerospace regulators.
OEM VerificationManufacturer 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 / TurbopropMaximum speed achieved at 85% power at MGOW, at optimum altitude, in ISA conditions, expressed in knots true airspeed.
Cruise Speed @ 85% (ktas) – HelicopterMaximum speed achieved at 85% power at MGOW, at sea level in ISA conditions, expressed in knots true airspeed.
Cruise Speed @ 75% (ktas) – Piston, LSA, ExperimentalMaximum speed achieved at 75% power at MGOW, at optimum altitude, in ISA conditions, expressed in knots true airspeed.
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 / TurbopropFinal 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 MGOW, at sea level, in ISA conditions, expressed in knots indicated airspeed.
Stall Speed – Clean (kias) – Piston / LSA / ExperimentalThe stall speed of the aircraft with no flaps applied at MGOW, at sea level, in ISA conditions, expressed in knots indicated airspeed.
Stall Speed – Flaps (kias) – Piston / LSA / ExperimentalThe stall speed of the aircraft with full flaps applied at MGOW, at sea level, in ISA conditions, expressed in knots indicated airspeed.
Max Range (nm) – Business Jet / TurbopropMaximum range on standard specified fuel tanks for the aircraft as presented, minimum crew (180 lbs per crew member), optimum altitude, in ISA conditions, zero wind, NBAA IFR reserves, expressed in nautical miles.
Max Range (nm) – HelicopterMaximum range on standard specified fuel tanks for the aircraft as presented, 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 AircraftMaximum range on standard specified fuel tanks for the aircraft as presented, 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 / ExperimentalMaximum range on standard specified fuel tanks for the aircraft as presented, 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 / TurbopropMaximum 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) – HelicopterMaximum 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 / ExperimentalMaximum 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 / TurbopropMaximum 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) – HelicopterMaximum 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 / ExperimentalMaximum 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 / TurbopropMaximum 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 / TurbopropThe 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) – HelicopterThe 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 / ExperimentalThe 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 / ExperimentalThe 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 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 / ExperimentalThe 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 MGOW, presented in feet.
Hover OGE (ft)The certified vertical limit for a helicopter to achieve an out-of-ground effect hover at MGOW, presented in feet.
Max Glide RatioThe maximum glide ratio of the aircraft at idle power at MGOW, presented in feet.
G LimitsThe 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.
MTOW (lbs)Maximum take-off weight for the aircraft as presented, at sea level, in ISA conditions, , expressed in pounds.
MTOW External Load (lbs) – HelicopterMaximum 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) – HelicopterMaximum 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 / TurbopropMaximum zero fuel weight of the aircraft as presented, at sea level in ISA conditions, expressed in pounds.
BEW (lbs)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.
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) – AgPlaneMaximum capacity of any internal / external hopper for fertilizer, retardant, water etc, expressed in pounds.

Disclaimer

The aircraft performance data has not been verified by air.one and should not be used for flight planning purposes, please refer to the pilot operating manual provided by the manufacturer.

Performance data presented with a * is unverified / estimated by the manufacturer.

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