Twin Commander 690B

  • Type
    Turboprop
  • Cabin Size
    160 cu ft
  • Range
    820 nm
  • Price New
    $856K

Twin Commander 690B Range Map

The Twin Commander 690B has a range of 820 miles. Select a departure city from the list below to update the range map.

Range is the maximum IFR range of the aircraft traveling at Long Range Cruise speed with all passenger seats occupied. Range figures use the NBAA IFR alternate fuel reserve calculation for a 200 nautical mile alternate.

Twin Commander 690B Specs

Current Market
Price Used (Min) $400K
Price Used (Max) $450K
Cabin
Passengers (Typical) 5
Volume 160 cu ft
Volume 5 cu m
Height 5 ft
Height 1 m
Width 4 ft
Width 1 m
Length 9 ft
Length 3 m
Production
Price New $856K
Year Started 1977
Year Ended 1979
Performance
Range 820 nm
Range 1,320 km
Max Takeoff Weight 10,325 lb
Max Takeoff Weight 4,683 kg
Max Cruise Speed 285 ktas
Max Cruise Speed 528 km/hr
Max Altitude 31,000 ft
Max Altitude 9,449 m
Balanced Field Length 3,650 ft
Balanced Field Length 1,113 m
Financial
Total Fixed Cost/Year $273,420
Total Fixed Cost/Hour $611
Total Fixed Cost/Unit Distance $2 /nm
Total Fixed Cost/Unit Distance $3 /km
Total Misc Cost/Year $79,375
Total Misc Cost/Hour $121
Total Crew Cost/Year $159,445
Total Fuel Cost/Hour $398
Total Mx Cost/Hour $805
Total Variable Cost/Year $592,327
Total Variable Cost/Hour $1,325
Total Variable Cost/Unit Distance $5 /nm
Total Variable Cost/Unit Distance $8 /km
All specifications and performance and economic data supplied by Conklin & de Decker and aircraft manufacturers unless otherwise noted. Last updated 2018-10-22.
Cost/Hour figures are based on 447 hours traveled per year; Cost/Unit Distance figures are based on 115,000 nautical miles traveled per year.
All specifications and performance and economic data supplied by Conklin & de Decker and aircraft manufacturers unless otherwise noted. Last updated 2018-10-22.
Cost/Hour figures are based on 447 hours traveled per year; Cost/Unit Distance figures are based on 185,074 kilometers traveled per year.

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