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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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AAWW), a leading global provider of outsourced aircraft and aviation operating solutions, today confirmed completion of previously announced agreements to acquire three Boeing 777 Freighters for its dry-leasing subsidiary, Titan Aviation.
In its global tender in August, Air India had requested for technical and financial offers for dry-leasing these airplanes, with the launch of technical bids in September.
Atlas and Polar offer a range of air cargo services that include ACMI aircraft leasing - in which customers receive a dedicated aircraft, crew, maintenance and insurance on a long-term lease basis - military charters, commercial cargo charters, scheduled air cargo service (including full express network service for DHL Express later in 2008), and dry-leasing of aircraft.
Atlas Air Worldwide dry-Leasing subsidiary Titan Aviation acquires Boeing 777 Freighter Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings, a leading global provider of outsourced aircraft and aviation operating solutions, today announced the acquisition of a Boeing 777F Freighter by its dry-leasing subsidiary, Titan Aviation.
Atlas and Polar offer a range of air cargo services that include ACMI aircraft leasing - in which customers receive a dedicated aircraft, crew, maintenance and insurance on a long-term lease basis - commercial cargo charters, military charters, scheduled air cargo service (including express network service for DHL Express later in 2008), and dry-leasing of aircraft.
Atlas and Polar offer a range of air cargo services that include ACMI aircraft leasing--in which customers receive a dedicated aircraft, crew, maintenance and insurance on a long-term lease basis--commercial cargo charters, military charters, scheduled air cargo service (including express network service for DHL Express later in 2008), and dry-leasing of aircraft.