Wed, Apr 23, 2003
New Conklin & de Decker Software is Designed to Tell
Conklin & de Decker has released its latest
update to the industry standard for operating costs, the Aircraft
Cost Evaluator with ACEWin+ software. The handbook/CD ROM software
package contains complete and accurate direct costs, fixed costs
and annual budgets. Fractional ownership data are included.
More aircraft included.
In addition to the operating costs, the ACEWin+ software
contains a library of information with pilot reports, aircraft
interior and exterior diagrams drawn to scale, photos and
histories. The latest edition, the 39th, has over 365 jets,
turboprops, helicopters and piston aircraft. In this revision,
Conklin & de Decker added seven aircraft to the database. The
new aircraft are the Cessna CJ3 (pictured); Gulfstream models 300,
400, 500 and 550; and the Learjet 45XR and 40. In addition, fixed
costs such as salaries, insurance, hangar rates etc. have been
updated. Fuel prices remain relatively stable while pre-owned
aircraft prices continue to fall.
With the ACEWin+ software, users can compare up to three
aircraft side-by-side, edit nearly two-dozen variables, change
currencies, and change measurement units to customize the reports.
A query function allows you to narrow the selection to those that
meet specific performance needs. Users can either print out the
three column comparison or print out pages for single aircraft
formatted just like the handbook.
The price for the Aircraft Cost Evaluator with ACEWin+ is $525
for jets, $500 for turboprops or helicopters and $425 for the
piston database. Shipping is is $10 per database (US & Canada)
and $40 per database (International deliveries). The price is for
an annual subscription which includes one original issue and one
update. Multiple user licenses are available. Customized reports
for individual aircraft can be ordered for between $29.95 and
$99.95 for each aircraft.
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