Cost per block hour of U.S. airlines by aircraft type 2019

The statistic presents the cost per block hour of U.S. airlines in the last 12 months ending September 2019, based on aircraft type. In that time, the average cost per block hour of turboprops came to around 2,016 U.S. dollars. The number of block hours is equal to the flight time plus the taxi time and is used as a measure of aircraft utilization.

U.S. airlines' cost per block hour in the last 12 months ending September 2019, by aircraft type

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Sources

Release date

2020

Region

United States

Survey time period

12 months ending September 2019

Supplementary notes

The cost per block hour for narrow-bodies can be accessed here.
The cost per block hour for wide-bodies can be accessed here.

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