Considered the industry’s most respected source of commercial aircraft values, the AVITAS BlueBook of Jet Aircraft Values contains base, current market and future values forecasts for all major western-built jet types, including regional jets.
The values tables are accompanied by a background section which provides a brief history of each aircraft program along with a summary of their technical specifications, performance data and present fleet distribution. The volume also contains an overview of recent trends affecting the air transport industry worldwide.
A yearly subscription to AVITAS’s BlueBook of Jet Aircraft Values is US $2200. Shipping within the US is US $50 and US $100 internationally. The Jet Aircraft Values book is a bi-annual publication.
The AVITAS BlueBook of Turboprop Values provides base, current market and future base values for approximately 35 different types. The publication is an indispensable reference source for those who wish to follow the turboprop aircraft market.
The BlueBook also provides brief program history, fleet distribution and technical performance data along with the general commentary on trends within the regional aircraft industry.
A yearly subscription to AVITAS’s BlueBook of Turboprop Aircraft Values is US $1300. Shipping within the US is US $50 and US $100 internationally. The Turboprop Values book is a bi-annual publication.
First produced in 1998, the AVITAS BlueBook of Jet Engine Values has quickly gained popularity among the leading players in the commercial aircraft industry, as well as those with more specific interests in the market for jet engines.
Base, current market and future base values are presented for each major engine type and variant along with relevant aircraft applications and present population distribution data. This publication is a companion volume to the BlueBook of Jet Aircraft Values.
The AVITAS BlueBook of Jet Engine Values is published during the 1st quarter each year.
The price is US $1500. Shipping within the US is $25 and US $50 internationally.
A mid-year value Excel update via email is available for an additional US$500.
AVITAS’s SAVI (Scenario Analysis & Value Index) System provides a set of integrated models that can conveniently produce demand and supply forecasts and their impact on the value of aircraft. As the market is undergoing dramatic changes, an instantaneous analysis of the impact of the changes on aircraft values is necessary. However, traditional models are usually cumbersome, updated only once a year, and take a long time to produce results. SAVI is ideal for scenario analysis, allowing customers to define inputs to the system and generating consequent market forecasts. SAVI is updated quarterly but can accommodate more frequent updates if necessary. Aircraft future market value impacts are presented in three broad aircraft categories. Alternative scenarios using customer inputs can be produced in a matter of days.
The price is US $5000. Shipping within the US is $25 and US $50 internationally.
The Aircraft Block Hour Operating Costs & Operations Guide is designed to assist aviation professionals in benchmarking specific aircraft costs and performance against industry standards. The guide provides direct operating costs for flying operations, maintenance reserves and maintenance burden, and provides average aircraft utilization per day for various operational indices such as departures, ASMs and seat-mile operating costs. Subscribers have found this data instrumental in formulating fleet and route analysis as well as monitoring specific maintenance productivity.
Nearly every major jet aircraft type in both passenger and cargo service operating in the US today, by carrier, is included for passenger and cargo operations, as well as turboprop aircraft. Each aircraft type provides cost and performance components as reported on Form 41.
The guide, which is produced quarterly and includes year-to-date data, is based on the most current Form 41 releases by the U.S. Department of Transportation.
The yearly subscription to AVITAS’s Block Hour Operating Guide is US $575 for a full year (four quarterly editions) or US $200 for the current quarter only. Shipping is included.