dry lease


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dry lease

The lease of an aircraft without a flight or cabin crew, fuel, or other supporting services.
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Dry lease option to buy 30 passenger cars for the Health Centers Primary Care Management of Toledo.
However, the Bahraini airline has reversed plans to retain its newly introduced Boeing 777-300ERs through a dry lease.
The Board of Indian Airlines has approved a proposal to dry lease five Boeing 737 and two Airbus A320 aircraft for induction in its fleet during winter 2000 and summer 2001, respectively.
The Company had no aircraft on dry lease during the latest quarter compared with 3.
The PIA will be signing a deal with the Qatar Aircraft Leasing Company to acquire eight 180-seater planes for eight-year dry lease.
He said government financing for acquisition of five narrow body aircraft on dry lease has been approved.
KARACHI -- Pakistan International Airlines is planning to acquire two Boeing 777 aircraft on dry lease strictly following PPRA Rules.
But it admits that the switch to the dry lease was "subject to several business considerations" including market conditions.
So far only two of the aircraft have been offered for dry lease by Singapore and Sabena Airlines, which are expected to cost the carrier a lot to make flight worthy.
Advisor to Prime Minister on Aviation Captain Shujaat Azeem also attended the meeting on special invitation and gave a presentation to the board on the way forward and said that PIA will be inducting new generation dry lease aircrafts very soon.
The return of a Boeing 737-500 on dry lease from Ansett Worldwide of Australia has apparently resulted in unemployment for 12 pilots with Uganda Airlines Corporation.
3 747-400F aircraft on dry lease during the latest quarter compared with 3.