Wet Lease means to lease an aircraft on ACMI (Aircraft, Crew, Maintenance, Insurance) basis to the airlines that required extra capacity for a specific period and aircraft type, from the airlines that has availability.


Dry Lease to lease an aircraft to the fleet for use under the own Air Operator Certificate to the airlines that required extra capacity for a specific period and aircraft type, from the Lessor who has availability.

 

Charter or a Series Charter means an air carrier provides flights between specified points on a regular basis, usually weekly, so that holiday arrangements can be organized back-to-back.

We easily can say that, we are assertive on this kind of deal. We have provided aircrafts with the best quality and attractive lease rates to the clients in the past. Therefore we grow up our potential and reach a huge customer portfolio in our network. IGR is capable to reach 500 active airline contact within 1,000 active airline company. Therefore IGR announcements can reach easily to the correct recipients.

Potential LESSEE: Companies who need to use our service to lease an aircraft on Wet lease or Dry Lease should contact us with the following detailed application.

» Aircraft Type
» Capacity Required
» Starting Date
» Duration
» Monthly Guarantee
» Planned Base of Aircraft (with IATA codes)
» Planned Routes (with IATA codes)
» Targeted price

Any Special Requirement (Age limit, engine performance preference, JAA&FAA&EASA requirements …etc)
Potential Dry Lessee’s also should provide their Business Plan and Financial Status for Lessor’s review.


Potential LESSOR: Companies who need to use our service to market their aircraft availability on Wet lease or Dry Lease should contact us with the following detailed application and attachment of aircraft latest technical specifications, actual interior and exterior photos.

» Aircraft Type
» Capacity
» Starting Date
» Duration
» Monthly Guarantee
» Current Base of Aircraft (with IATA codes)
» Targeted price
» Any Special Requirement (Countries forbidden, companies forbidden …etc)

Mandate letter MUST be requested from the Lessor on specific deal and term basis. On the agreement phase IGR will send it’s commission agreement to the Lessor to sign just after Agreement will be prepare under the necessary terms and conditions then sign together with Lessor, Lessee and Agent. 

IGR


ACMI:

 

Aircraft, Crew, Maintenance & Insurance is usually a short term leasing option, from a few months to 2 years. The aircraft remains on the Lessor's AOC throughout the lease term. Ideal option for testing route expansion, seasonal demand, scheduled/non scheduled maintenance (AOG) and start-up airlines.

 

The Lessor provides the Lessee with the aircraft(s), along with crew, maintenance and insurance on either a short and long-term contract. The Lessee absorbs marketing, direct operating expenses, such as fuel, landing, parking fees and ground handling, as well as bearing the commercial risk of load and yield.

 

The cost associated with an ACMI lease rate is usually expressed as a hourly block rate and the Lessee has to guarantee the Lessor a minimum number of hours per month. Other costs will include a deposit (usually equal to one month lease rate), aircraft positioning and any livery scheme the Lessee my wish to deck out the aircraft. These costs are open to negotiation.

 

Example ACMI lease first month costs:

 

  1. Example aircraft: Airbus A320.
  2. Lease rate, say US$2750 per block hour (chock-to-chock).
  3. 250 hours per month guaranteed.
  4. Minimum monthly lease rate: $2,750 * 250hrs = US$687,500 per month.
  5. Deposit (1 month lease rate) = US$687,500.
  6. Total US$1,375,000 plus positioning costs and livery.

 

What's included and not included in an ACMI lease?

 

Lease rate includes:

  1. Provision of Aircraft;
  2. Provision of sufficient flight crews and their associated salaries;
  3. Maintenance support, including provision of ground engineers;
  4. Aviation Third Part Liability Insurance;
  5. Crew scheduling;
  6. Operational flight plans.

 

Lease rate excludes:

  1. fuel and oil;
  2. aircraft landing, handling, navigation and terminal charges;
  3. passenger and cargo handling;
  4. airport taxes, all passenger related taxes and security taxes;
  5. aircraft parking and ground security;
  6. ramp services including towing, push-back, de-icing, nitrogen and oxygen services;
  7. all dry goods, including but not limited to head rest covers, airsickness bags, blankets and pillows;
  8. ATC fees and all international route charges;
  9. catering for passengers and crew;
  10. cabin cleaning and water services;
  11. aircraft interior deep cleaning and exterior cleaning;
  12. airport security passes and permits, if required;
  13. over-flight permits;
  14. custom taxes, immigration and inspection fees, import and export duty's;
  15. landing and traffic permit and slots;
  16. ID tickets (S1) on Lessee's route for Lessor's crew, or crew change (proceedings) all travel cost that will be charged to Lessee;
  17. hangar space when and where required by the Lessor for proper maintenance of the aircraft;
  18. crew and mechanics accommodation (min 3 star, single rooms), with breakfast & laundry;
  19. transportation of Lessor's crew and mechanics between hotel and airport;
  20. office space including telephone, fax, email;
  21. spare parts facilities (storage) including air conditioning;
  22. one van for transportation of mechanics and parts;
  23. insurance - passengers, baggage, mail, cargo and war risk insurance;
  24. any additional cost reference to insurance coverage will be on Lessee's account;
  25. any and all other reasonable direct operating costs, incurred in the performance of the flights whether or not listed above.

 

Dry Lease:

 

The basic aircraft without insurances, crew, maintenance etc. Usually aircraft offered on dry lease are owned by leasing companies and banks. A dry lease requires the lessee to place the aircraft on it's own AOC and provide aircraft registration, crew, maintenance and insurance. A typical dry lease starts from two years onwards and bears certain conditions as far as depreciation, maintenance, insurances etc. are concerned. There are two types of dry lease... Operational & Financial lease.

 

Operational Lease:

Boeing 737

Medium to long-term option, generally a lease term that is short compared to the economic life of the aircraft being leased. An operating lease is commonly used to acquire aircraft for a term of 2-7 years. With an operating lease the aircraft doesn't appear on the Lessee's balance sheet.

 


737-400F  Engine CFM56-3C1  YOM 1990 P-F Conversion For Sale Only

B777-300 Engine Trent 892 Immediate For Dry Lease Two Units Only !

Boeing 737-800 Fleet Immediately  For Sale
737-800  Engine CFM56-7B26 YOM 1998  189Y
737-800  Engine CFM 56-7B27/B3  YOM 1999
737-800  Engine CFM56-7B24 YOM 2000  189Y Units 2
737-800  Engine CFM56-7B24 YOM 2001  189Y

 

737-700 Engine CFM56-7B22 YOM 2001 Sale/Wet Lease 144Y configuration. ETOPS. Fresh D and Eng OH.

Boeing 737-700  Engine CFM56-7B22  YOM 1998 Sale/Dry Lease Immediately

B 737-900ER  CFM 56-7B2 2007 Immediately Dry Lease
B737-900ER  CFM56-7B26  2008 Two Units Dry Lease

A380

Current Passenger Seating: 471 seats
Cabin Configuration: 12 First | 60 Business | 399 Economy
Video Entertainment System: Panasonic eX2

 

 

 

 

 

LOPA (12F+60C+399Y)


Airbus A320-232


 

Charter, Lease a Boeing 747-400

Aircraft Size

 

 

 

Aircraft Size

English

Metric

Length

231.86 ft

70.67 m

Wing Span

211.42 ft

64.44 m

Height

54.17 ft

16.51 m

Bag. Capacity

850.00 cu³

024.07 m³

Cabin Size

 

Cabin Size

English

Metric

Length

139.40 ft

42.49 m

Width

21.40 ft

6.52 m

Height

7.91 ft

2.41 m

Area

9999.99 ft³

885.90 m³

Aircraft Seats

 

Layout

Seats

Max Seating

660

Typical Seating

416

Pilots

 


Charter, Buy or Lease a Boeing 767-300ER

ircraft Size English Metric
Length 180.25 ft 54.94 m
Wing Span 156.07 ft 47.57 m
Height 52.00 ft 15.85 m
Bag. Capacity 365.00 cu³ 010.34 m³

 

Cabin Size

 

Cabin Size English Metric
Length 132.41 ft 40.36 m
Width 15.49 ft 4.72 m
Height 9.42 ft 2.87 m
Area 9999.99 ft³ 483.90 m³ 

 

Aircraft Seats

Layout Seats
Max Seating 250
Typical Seating 218
Pilots

Charter, Buy or Lease Boeing 777-200LR ACMI /  


 

 

Charter, Buy or Lease a Boeing 777-300

 

Aircraft Size

 

 

 

Aircraft Size

English

Metric

Length

242.32 ft

73.86 m

Wing Span

212.60 ft

64.80 m

Height

60.66 ft

18.49 m

Bag. Capacity

875.00 cu³

024.78 m³

Cabin Size

 

Cabin Size

English

Metric

Length

194.26 ft

59.21 m

Width

19.26 ft

5.87 m

Height

7.84 ft

2.39 m

Area

9999.99 ft³

830.68 m³

Aircraft Seats

 

Layout

Seats

Max Seating

550

Typical Seating

400

Pilots

2- 

 


Charter, Buy or Lease an Airbus A340-300

 

 

Length

208.92 ft

63.68 m

Wing Span

197.83 ft

60.30 m

Height

55.51 ft

16.92 m

Bag. Capacity

5749.23 cu³

162.80 m³

 Cabin Size

 

Length

208.92 ft

63.68 m

Wing Span

197.83 ft

60.30 m

Height

55.51 ft

16.92 m

Bag. Capacity

5749.23 cu³

162.80 m³ 

Aircraft Seats

Layout

Seats

Max Seating

440

Typical Seating

277

Pilots

2

 


Charter, Buy or Lease an Airbus A310

Aircraft Size

 

 
Aircraft Size English Metric
Length 153.08 ft 46.66 m
Wing Span 144.03 ft 43.90 m
Height 51.84 ft 15.80 m
Bag. Capacity 111.95 cu³ 003.17 m³

 

Cabin Size

 

 
Cabin Size English Metric
Length 109.09 ft 33.25 m
Width 17.32 ft 5.28 m
Height 7.64 ft 2.33 m
Area 7416.08 ft³ 210.00 m³

 

Aircraft Seats

Layout Seats
Max Seating 220
Typical Seating 220
Pilots

 

 


Your requirements are important to us. Please provide us with the below information, so that we can provide you with our most competitive proposal:

 

✈︎ Base of Operation
✈︎ Minimum guaranteed Block Hours per month
✈︎ Schedule / Routes / Cycle ratio
✈︎ Start and Duration of contract
End User : 
Company 

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