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Dry Lease vs. Wet Lease

Old 4th Feb 2019, 16:47
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Dry Lease vs. Wet Lease

Does anyone have a memory aid for Dry Lease vs. Wet Lease? I always mix the two up. Thanks.
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Old 4th Feb 2019, 17:07
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Think of the fuel - if the fuel comes with the aircraft it is a wet lease, and will include crew and AOC
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Old 5th Feb 2019, 12:00
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In EASA-speak:
  • Dry Lease Agreement - An agreement between undertakings pursuant to which the aircraft is operated under the AOC of the lessee.
  • Wet Lease Agreement - An agreement between air carriers pursuant to which the aircraft is operated under the AOC of the lessor.
  • Damp Lease - A wet lease with partial crew
See Regulation (EU) 1008/2008

In the real world - what Paco said
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Old 9th Feb 2019, 17:22
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Wet lease ... Includes drunken pilots .
dry lease ... no pilots as there is no alcohol .

Yes rude, but you will never forget it
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