Aircraft Charter Agreement Definition

15.1.1 20% of the charter price with immediate effect 2.12 UNUSED SPACE. In the event that the available space is not used at the time of departure, CHARTERER accepts the use of this space by CARRIER without reimbursement or reduction of the charter price, but only for the transport of CARRIER staff and property. 5.2.4 Cargo is likely to endanger aircraft, people or property; The Baltic Air Charter Association (“BACA”) has developed the attached draft model contract as a guide for its members and others, with respect to frequently used contractual clauses, which are involved in agreements that may cover the transactions they carry out. The attached project model is developed only as an indication and as an example and is not exhaustive or final, as all transactions are different. BACA does not provide any assurance or assurance as to the effectiveness or applicability of this project or its content and BACA disclaims any responsibility for the people who can count on it. People who wish to use this project should seek their own legal advice. 5.10 FORCE MAJEURE. Unless otherwise stated in this Agreement and subject to compliance with existing laws, regulations and contracts, the provision of transport under this Agreement is subject to the following provisions: Act of God; Quarantine restrictions; Fire fog; Flooding Weather The closure of the airport damage or destruction of flight equipment that is not caused by a carrier or by its personnel or agent; Fuel downtime trouble or disorder war or the dangers or dangers that invade a state of war; or any other action, material or material that is beyond CARRIER`s control and that prevents, delays or interrupts the establishment, operation or execution of such transport (individually and collectively called “force majeure”). In the event that a case of force majeure results in the cancellation of a flight, CARRIER reimburses the amount paid for the cancelled air transport. In addition, carrier, in coordination with CHARTERER, is doing everything in its power to divert passengers affected by a case of force majeure through an alternative air service or other means of transport.

In the event that a cancellation due to force majeure required that air carriers be obliged to take aircraft to operate the next CHARTERER flight, the carrier and the charter agree to share the costs of such a ferry flight equally; It was agreed that this cost is 95 per cent (95%) one point to the other. the price of the single charter between the points concerned. The agreement: Any contract between the airline and the charterer for the charter of the aircraft by the airline. 3.01 CHARTER PRICE – SET. Unless otherwise stated in this agreement, the charter price includes all operating costs of the aircraft on the intended route, as well as incidental costs, such as fuel, on-board equipment and catering, air and air assistance, aircraft maintenance, navigation and overflight charges, airport charges, crew costs (including salaries, hotel and ground transfers), carrier liability and hull insurance, and taxes and royalties, other than fees collected by each passenger. The charter price does not include, if applicable, (i) U.S. domestic transportation taxes, U.S. segment taxes, U.S. security taxes, U.S. arrival taxes, U.S.

customs usage duties, U.S. agriculture (APHIS) user fees, passenger transportation (PFCs) and taxes, taxes or taxes; (ii) transport of people, accommodation or services before departure or after arrival; or (iii) anti-ice/de-icing costs in section 3.03. Deviations from connections or services agreed upon by CHARTERER may result in increases in the price of charter. 2.1 These terms and conditions apply to all Aircraft charter contracts of Elit`Avia Ltd.