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AAE 451 Senior Aircraft Design Spring 2006 Systems Requirement Review Group VI. Team Members: John Collins Chad Davis Chris Fles Danny Sze Ling Lim Justin Rohde Ryan Schulz Ronald Wong Yusaku Yamashita. Business Case. Objective:

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aae 451 senior aircraft design spring 2006 systems requirement review group vi

AAE 451 Senior Aircraft Design Spring 2006Systems Requirement ReviewGroup VI

Team Members:

John Collins

Chad Davis

Chris Fles

Danny Sze Ling Lim

Justin Rohde

Ryan Schulz

Ronald Wong

Yusaku Yamashita

business case
Business Case

Objective:

To determine the feasibility of an alternate fuel business or general aviation (GA) aircraft.

  • Who would buy our plane?
    • Air Charter (Pogo, Net Jets)
      • Pogo predicts the capture of 2% of 30 million trips < 500 miles is profitable
    • Air Taxi (Linear Air, One Sky)
      • Linear Air taxi - 16,000 pax./day traveling within 500 nm
    • Corporate Flight Departments
      • Small - medium size businesses
  • What are we selling?
    • 6-passenger Alternative Fueled Twin-Engine Propeller-Driven Aircraft
      • Affordable Operating Costs
      • Viable replacement for current aging fleet of business aircraft
current market
Current Market
  • Global fleet of business turboprop aircraft totaled 9,785 in 2002.
  • In 2002, air taxi accounted for 3.9% of GA aircraft usage; business accounted for 24.2%.
  • 40% of current standing orders are from small-business fractional operators (Honeywell).
  • 76% of turboprops operated are light (< 12,500 lbs GTOW)
  • Within current U.S. business aircraft fleet:
    • 28.3% Light Jet (Avg. age: 16.1 years)
    • 2.7% Light Turboprop (Avg. age: 7.1 years)
    • 37.3% Medium Turboprop (Avg. age: 21.8 years)
projected market
Projected Market
  • Projected overall market worth of $107.5 billion within ten years for new aircraft sales.
  • Fractional ownership expected to increase from 10% to 24% in 2012 (Rolls-Royce).
  • An estimated 20% of business market using air taxi services by 2010’s (Eclipse).
foreign markets
Foreign Markets

Europe

  • World’s second largest business aircraft fleet
    • 2,250 Aircraft; 1,432 are jets
  • In Moscow, business aviation is expected to grow with a vast Air Taxi network envisaged.
  • Operational flexibility attracting interest from airliners such as Lufthansa to launch their own private jet business.
  • Information from www.EBAA.org
    • 866 air taxi companies operating 1,190 aircraft
    • 615 flight departments owned by European corporations operating 861 aircraft

Asia

  • Within 20 years China will buy 2,400 aircraft worth US $200 billion
projected market share
Projected Market Share
  • Sources of sales:
    • Replacement of aging fleets (majority of new aircraft purchases).
    • First-time purchases from small businesses previously unable to afford ownership.
    • Air taxi services new to market.
  • Goal of 50-100 aircraft per year in initial sales.
  • Capture/retain minimum 20% market share as percentage overall of business/air taxi sales increase.
customer attributes
Customer Attributes
  • End Users
    • Performance
      • Speed
      • Range
    • Economics
      • Ticket Prices
      • Reliability and Availability
    • Safety
      • Noise and Vibrations Issues
      • Weather Restrictions
    • Aesthetics
      • Comfort
      • Cabin Size
  • Operators
    • Performance
      • Speed
      • Range
      • Takeoff Distance
      • Ceiling
    • Economics
      • Direct Operating Costs / Acquisition costs
      • Reliability and Maintainability
      • Turn over time
      • Support and Training
      • Upgradeable
    • Safety
      • Noise and Vibrations issues
    • Aesthetics
      • Interior Design
design requirements
Performance

Max. Range ~ 1000 nm

Max. Speed ~ 300 kts

Cruise Speed ~ 240kts

Ceiling ~ 25,000 ft

Gross Weight ~ 8500 lb

T.O./Landing Distance

< 2100 ft

General Characteristics

Cost efficient

Use Renewable Source of Fuel

Reduce CO2 and NOx Emissions

Low Noise

FAR compliance

Design Requirements
competing aircraft
Competing Aircraft
  • Eclipse 500 – 2300 aircraft orders
  • Adam A700 – 280 aircraft sales
  • Cessna Mustang – 230 aircraft sales
representative design mission

500 nm range

45 Min. Reserve

IFR Cruise at 250-300 KCAS

Descend for Landing

Climb to 25,000 ft.

Economy Cruise

Begin IFR Landing

Take-off 2100 ft. Runway

10 Min. Taxi

Execute Missed Landing

Land 2100 ft. Runway

Representative Design Mission
  • 1 pilot (225 lbs.)
  • 6 passengers (225 lbs. each, including luggage)
  • 1575 lbs. total payload
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