CESSNA CARAVAN OPERATING COSTS PDF

Mike Chase has four decades of extensive global managerial experience in the Corporate Aviation, Read More. The Cessna Caravan began deliveries in The Caravan can be fitted with seats or cargo holds. In addition it can be equipped with amphibious floats or skis making it a truly versatile aircraft.

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Average hourly rate including fixed and variable costs based on the number of annual flight hours. As the chart displays, fixed costs are spread over more hours, the more you fly up to the point where additional crew will be required. Total Fixed Costs are expenses which are required no matter how many hours you fly.

These costs typically include crew, hangar, insurance, training and other miscelaneous expenses. Crew expenses will vary based on many factors such as the experience, certifications, location and amount of time they are expected to be away from home base. Some questions to ask yourself before committing to a crew budget:.

There are two primary companies who provide crew training and both offer discounts for large fleet operators. If you have a management company, they will often times pass their fleet discounts on to owners.

Hangar costs will vary greatly by region and airport. High density airports such as Teterboro or White Plains will have higher fees than other locations. Some high density locations offer shared hangar space which is offered on a first come-first served basis and is a good option for those who will be away from home base often.

Lower fees can also be obtained by relocating to less populated areas and ferrying the aircraft back and forth which will increase the number of flight hours and maintenance cycles. Insurance costs will vary by type and amount of coverage, size of fleet and other factors. Most management companies will have fleet policies with discounted rates. Most owners purchase the majority of their fuel at their home base airport which is why the selection of a hangar an important component in managing costs.

Fuel prices will vary greatly while the aircraft is away from home base and will depend on how much competition there is at each airport. A good management company will have most major jet fuel cards who negotiate discounts with the fuel providers FBO's and will check pricing prior to landing to better manage these costs.

Scheduled maintenance events, which are required and predetermined by the manufacturers specifications, can be predicted and costs controlled since they can be performed close to home base at prenegotiated rates. Unscheduled events are more difficult to manage and happen on the road such as a blown tire, bird or lightning strike. Larger fleet operators will have a network of pre-approved maintenance facilities around the World, reducing the costs and improving safety.

Some aircraft types will have maintenace programs in place for more predictable costs. Much like an insurance plan, you pay into a pool each hour you fly and when maintenance is required, it is paid out of that pool. Most engine types have programs much like an insurance plan, you pay into a pool each hour you fly and when engine is ready for an overhaul, it is paid out of that pool. These costs are highly dependant on the routes you fly. Overnight expenses will be greater in New York City than in the other parts of the country and flights to Europe will incur large handling and landing fees.

Call the Experts Contact the experts at Jet Advisors to find the right jet at the right price Posted by:. Jet Charter. Operating Costs. Medium Turbo-prop. Login To submit a review. Buying a Jet? Fixed Costs Total Fixed Costs are expenses which are required no matter how many hours you fly. Breakdown of Fixed Costs Crew Crew expenses will vary based on many factors such as the experience, certifications, location and amount of time they are expected to be away from home base.

Some questions to ask yourself before committing to a crew budget: What level of experience will you require for your pilot and copilot? If you plan to place your aircraft on a charter certificate, they may have minimum number of hours in total and in type. Check with your insurance provider to see what types of requirements they may have.

Will you hire a management company or will you have your pilots manage the operation? If you are not hiring a management company, you may wish to add a crew member for times when you have turnover, training or other scheduling issues.

A management company with similar jets on certificate has more flexibility in scheduling crew from one jet to another. How long are your trips away from home base? Do you tend to travel out and back the same day, or spend extended periods of time away from home? The shorter the trips, the lower the turnover, training and salary you will have to pay.

Crew training There are two primary companies who provide crew training and both offer discounts for large fleet operators. Hangar Hangar costs will vary greatly by region and airport. Insurance Insurance costs will vary by type and amount of coverage, size of fleet and other factors. Miscellaneous Fixed This will include fees for things such as charts, software and computers to manage your jet. Direct Operating Costs Breakdown of Direct Operating Costs Fuel Most owners purchase the majority of their fuel at their home base airport which is why the selection of a hangar an important component in managing costs.

Maintenance Scheduled maintenance events, which are required and predetermined by the manufacturers specifications, can be predicted and costs controlled since they can be performed close to home base at prenegotiated rates.

Engine Overhaul Most engine types have programs much like an insurance plan, you pay into a pool each hour you fly and when engine is ready for an overhaul, it is paid out of that pool.

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Compare Products View Site. View Site. With its powerful turboprop engine, the Caravan aircraft delivers the rare combination of high performance, low operating costs and ability to adapt to a wide variety of missions. The powerful, efficient, dependable horsepower PT6AA turbine engine gives the Caravan turboprop its exceptional payload capabilities. Wide loading doors allow easy access, and the optional cargo pod allows an additional 84 cubic feet of storage space. Large, rough-field tires and rugged landing gear allow you to operate on grass, gravel or even more rudimentary runways. The Caravan Amphibian takes to the water with uncompromising speed and payload.

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