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Conklin & de Decker Completes Largest Data Refresh

Owners, operators and prospective buyers of jets, turboprops, helicopters and piston aircraft have access to the most up-to-date cost and comparison data available for an extended range of models, following a year of extensive updates from Conklin & de Decker.

More than 14,000 unique data points for light through to heavy helicopters were recently analyzed within the Conklin & de Decker Report and several new aircraft models added, including:

  • Bombardier Global 5500 and 7500
  • Gulfstream GVII-G600
  • Cessna Citation CJ4 Gen2
  • Hawker Beechcraft King Air 260/360/360ER
  • TBM 940i
  • Pilatus PC12 NGX

Additionally, the extended range of helicopters supported includes:

  • Bell 206
  • MD Helicopters MD 500
  • Sikorsky S-92
  • Airbus Helicopters H225
  • Airbus Helicopters AS315
  • Airbus Helicopters H175

The interactive tool enables users to compare factors such as annual utilization, range, fuel price, and third-party labor costs for up to three jets, helicopters, turboprops or piston aircraft.

Conklin & de Decker joined the JSSI portfolio of companies in 2018 and is committed to combining decades of data and expertise to give increased transparency to those considering their aircraft purchase. By continually enhancing the aircraft data in the Conklin & de Decker Report, customers have immediate access to the most accurate information available to support informed ownership and operating decisions.

In the past 12 months, Conklin & de Decker has reviewed an additional 21,000 data points for more than 300 models of jets, turboprops and helicopters. Users can run detailed performance and cost comparisons based on actual usage and real-world operating costs, knowing that the pricing data reflects current rates and trends.

The latest web-based Conklin & de Decker Report and accompanying mobile app offers owners and operators streamlined access to the most trusted aircraft cost and comparison data on any device.

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