Conklin & de Decker releases latest version of LIFE CYCLE COST
Conklin & de Decker has released the latest version of LIFE CYCLE COST 2015. The release number is 15.2
The new version provides an aircraft budget and financial analysis tools for more than 460 jets, turboprops, helicopters and piston aircraft.
“Life Cycle Cost is the most powerful aircraft budgeting and financial analysis tool on the market, designed for today’s aviation professionals.”
David Wyndham, president and co-owner of Conklin & de Decker said: “Life Cycle Cost is the most powerful aircraft budgeting and financial analysis tool on the market, designed for today’s aviation professionals.”
“It is imperative that cost data be current but Life Cycle Cost also allows for more detail so you can include the aircraft’s hours and cycles, the type of operation, maintenance events and even revenue generated, if applicable, when running a budget report. And we back it up with personalized support and service that is just a phone call away,” added Wyndham.
The latest version of LIFE CYCLE COST saw over 10,000 aircraft cost points updated that included aircraft inspections, overhauls, retirement items, engine and acquisition costs.
The 2015 database includes seven more jet, turboprop and helicopter aircraft: Cessna Citation Latitude, Dassault Falcon 8X, Embraer Legacy 500, Nextant G90XT, Bell 407GXP, Eagle 407HP and piston aircraft Cirrus SR22G5-GTS.
Output from the LCC program assists users by providing the operations department with a 12-month budget analysis or up-to a 20-year cost projection for variable and fixed costs. The program calculates the Net Present Value (NPV) and after-tax cash flow for a corporate or commercial operation.
LIFE CYCLE COST subscribers will also receive access to Conklin & de Decker’s Aviation Resource Library that provides online access to tools and information to other information provided by the company.
Database options include jets, turboprops, helicopters, pistons and the major US-based fractional ownership programs.