Aircraft leases are leases used by airlines and other aircraft operators. Airlines lease aircraft from other airlines or leasing companies for two main reasons: to operate aircraft without the financial burden of buying them, and to provide temporary increase in capacity. The industry has two main leasing types: wet-leasing, which is normally used for short-term leasing, and dry-leasing which is more normal for longer-term leases. The industry also uses combinations of wet and dry. For example, when the aircraft is wet-leased to establish new services, then as the airline's flight or cabin crews become trained, they can be switched to a dry lease.
A wet lease is a leasing arrangement whereby one airline (the lessor) provides an aircraft, complete crew, maintenance, and insurance (ACMI) to another airline or other type of business acting as a broker of air travel (the lessee), which pays by hours operated. The lessee provides fuel and covers airport fees, and any other duties, taxes, etc. The flight uses the flight number of the lessee. A wet lease generally lasts 1–24 months; a shorter duration would be considered an ad hoc charter. A wet lease is typically utilized during peak traffic seasons or annual heavy maintenance checks, or to initiate new routes. A wet-leased aircraft may be used to fly services into countries where the lessee is banned from operating.
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... approval for the operation of two ‘wet lease’ aircraft from Canadian airline Flair ... 'As we’ve previously shared, in the short term we will use an aircraft leased from our partner Flair at our Gold Coast base while we recruit Aussie crew for this third base,' Mr Jordan said.
ReportIn a big relief, the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) on Monday (December 04) dismissed an insolvency petition by aircraft lessor Willis Lease Finance Corporation, which is claiming dues.However, apart from Willis Lease, SpiceJet is also facing insolvency petitions from ...
... allows easy scaling of aircraft, up or down, to match traveller demand ... It also saw a significant milestone in May this year, when it signed a lease agreement for an Airbus A320-200 with AerCap, the world’s largest owner of commercial aircraft and a leader in aviation leasing.
Budget carrier SpiceJet’s Board will decide on the proposal to raise $100 million to infuse fresh equity into the airline in a meeting on December 11...India’s civil aviation ambitious drive ... Other industry watchers said that it would require such funds to lease more aircraft and clear debt ... Currently, it has an operational fleet of 41 aircraft ... .
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The lessor has accused the RP of non-compliance with the court order, hindering the inspection and maintenance of the aircraft ... The lessors, unable to deregister and reclaim their leased aircraft due to the moratorium in insolvency resolution proceedings, have approached the court for relief.
Among airlines, Air India will add 92 aircraft during the year, followed by IndiGo at 35. Akasa Air will add 18 aircraft during the period ... “IndiGo aims to add one aircraft every week in 2024, starting January, however, since some leased aircraft will be returned, the net addition will be around 35 next year,” an airline official said.