wet lease

(redirected from wet-lease)
Also found in: Encyclopedia.
dry lease, wet lease - To rent an aircraft without a crew is a dry lease; a wet lease is to hire an aircraft with a crew.
See also related terms for hire.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
M2 EQUITYBITES-September 4, 2019-Atlas Air commends US government for efforts to provide US-EU wet-lease services
Travel Business Review-September 4, 2019-Atlas Air commends US government for efforts to provide US-EU wet-lease services
ENPNewswire-August 6, 2019--Wamos Air Wet-Lease for Royal Brunei Airlines Dubai Flights
Some non-aviation pseudo-specialists also criticise the wet-lease limitation.
Atlas last year inked the wet-lease contract with Amazon and started operating the first 767-300F for Amazon under the Prime Air brand in August 2016.
The wet-lease agreement between Lufthansa Group and airberlin - in which Etihad Aviation Group indirectly holds a 29 per cent stake-was also announced today.
According to official sources, the PIA will immediately require eight aircraft, four each on wet-lease and dry-lease basis.
When Libya's flag-carriers agreed to a voluntary EU ban in 2012 -- before being formally placed on the blacklist in 2014 -- they began using wet-lease agreements to preserve European connectivity.
When Libya's flag-carriers agreed to a voluntary EU ban in 2012--before being formally placed on the blacklist in 2014--they began using wet-lease agreements to preserve European connectivity.
Abu Dhabi: Etihad Airways has concluded a wet-lease agreement with Air France-KLM for an Air France Airbus A340-300 for use on the Paris-Abu Dhabi route from May 15 to November 30.
Etihad Airways has strengthened its relationship with Air France-KLM, with the announcement that the UAE flag carrier will wet-lease an Air France Airbus A340-300 for use on the Paris-Abu Dhabi route from May 15 to Nov.
Summary: DUBAI - Etihad Airways has strengthened its relationship with Air France-KLM, with the announcement that the UAE flag carrier will wet-lease an Air France Airbus A340-300 for use on the Paris-Abu Dhabi route from May 15 to November 30.