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Conklin & de Decker has announced the release of its 2018 Aircraft Performance Comparator (APC), with the most comprehensive aircraft comparison data available to the industry.
Part of a family of innovative software products created by Conklin & de Decker, the Aircraft Performance Comparator is a must-have tool for anyone acquiring a business jet, turboprop, piston, or helicopter and needs to compare aircraft performance data, quickly and easily.
The newly updated APC program allows aircraft buyers, dealers and brokers to easily overlay — or compare side-by-side — aircraft interiors and exteriors, and evaluate the critical performance data points that are collected directly from the manufacturer’s approved flight and performance manuals.
Range versus payload, baggage area sizes, and critical performance details are all easily accessible with APC. Users make apples-to-apples comparisons from the extensive database of over 300 aircraft that are displayed on the same scale, for a thorough evaluation.
New in the 2018 edition of the Aircraft Performance Comparator (APC):
- Embraer Legacy 650E, Phenom 300E jets added;
- Airbus H215 C1 helicopter added;
- Updated aircraft images for crisper presentations, and more
Aircraft Performance Comparator subscribers also receive, at no additional charge, full access to Conklin & de Decker’s Aviation Resource Library that provides online access to more tools and information such as the AircraftPediaTM, a unique online aircraft reference tool containing interior and exterior aircraft drawings; high-resolution aircraft color images, histories, and general cost, performance, and engine information. All this information can be accessed via any web-browser or mobile device.
“Aircraft buyers today need the most current and comprehensive data to decide which new or pre-owned aircraft is right for them and the Aircraft Performance Comparator is the perfect tool for the job,” commented David Wyndham, vice president of Conklin & de Decker. “We continue to add value to our subscribers, and one way is by providing access to additional tools like AircraftPedia.”
The price for the latest edition of the Aircraft Performance Comparator is $875 for jets, $725 for turboprops or helicopters and $525 for the piston database.
Additional user licenses are $200 and customized reports for individual aircraft can be special ordered for $125 per aircraft.