The airborne costs are the actual costs of flying the aircraft the ground costs are the cost of the airframe engine maintenance as well as airport and hangar expenses both are typically measured hourly and are broken down per mile the cost per seat mile is the cost of flying one passenger one mile and is used to measure operating costs. The maintenance costs for an aircraft and its engines vary with age when new the costs associated with the airframe are relatively low and rise steadily whilst still under manufacturers warranty levelling off as maturity is reached after around five years a mature aircraft has a steady predictable maintenance cost which begins to . Aircraft operating costs and statistics 12 months ended september 2010 turboprop aircraft page 2 of 2 atr 72 class turboprop average block hour crew fuel aircraft total monthly aircraft amort
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