Mis à jour le : 13 Mai 2011
As a general rule, charter quotations will include all costs relating to the supply of the aircraft flown on the routes specified including, crew costs, maintenance costs, aircraft hull insurance, crew accommodation, aircraft fuel & oil costs, landing fees, parking fees, navigational fees and the loading and unloading of the aircraft.
Quotations will generally exclude customs clearance, warehouse charges, exceptional loading and offloading charges including cranes, royalties, non objection fees, terminal handling charges if any, cargo build and brake, war risk insurance or any specific cargo insurances.
Prices (even after the signature of a contract) will be subject to fuel price escalation, war risk insurance, imposition of certain airways or Force Majeur circumstances.
Actual costs attribution will be specified in the charter contract.
All quotations are made subject to the availability of aircraft at the moment of the placing of the order for charter flights and the acceptance of the contractual terms laid out in the charter contract which is issued to the charterer upon confirmation of the flight. Draft blank contract conditions are available upon request.
However given the nature of aircraft charter, specific conditions can only be laid out once the specific details of a charter are known.
After signature of the contract, the operation remains subject to actual loadability of the cargo, to obtaining all traffic rights, landing permissions and any other permission for the carriage of cargo according to ICAO regulations, suitable weather upon the day or days of execution of the contract.
The operation may also be cancelled without penalty due to Force Majeur reasons including emergencies, strikes, war, lock-outs, epidemics, adverse weather conditions, etc.
All operations are subject to circumstances which allow for the flight to operate in optimal safety conditions for the crew and the aircraft.
Including, the good state of runways, the provision of personnel and equipment to guarantee crew and aircraft security on the ground including firecrew, fire prevention or dispersal equipment, police, military, traffic control etc. good Meteorological forecast and the provision of de-icing equipment if necessary, insurance availability, war risk or other, Force Majeure circumstances affecting security conditions.
Dynami Aviation acts as agents and cannot be held responsible for the errors or negligences of the aircraft operator retained for the operation of the charter.