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Aircraft Rental Agreements

by on Sep.11, 2021, under Uncategorized

All renter pilots are committed to complying with all Federal Aviation Rules (FARs) and to staying up to date in the types of aircraft for which they are qualified. Night flights: If the renter pilot does not do a night check-up with an Above & Beyond Aviation instructor, the renter can only schedule for daytime flights. Derogations from this Directive shall be pilots rated on instruments and those who have recorded at least 10 hours of night flying and who are a night current. Above & Beyond Aviation students, who received night lessons as part of their training and now have a private pilot`s license, can also schedule planes for night flights. The lessor pilots undertake to maintain the engine oil content prescribed by the manufacturer and to return the aircraft to a clean condition. If, as a result of the use by the renter, the interior of the aircraft is polluted or damaged in any way, it is the responsibility of the renter to pay for the necessary cleaning and / or repairs. The renter undertakes to always secure the aircraft. The tenant also undertakes to correctly and accurately fill in the shipping sheet in order to avoid erroneous costs. In the event that aircraft maintenance is required at an airport other than Above and Beyond Aviation, the renting pilot agrees not to handle any part of the aircraft, but to call Above & Beyond Aviation for further instructions. Fuel and oil outside the field are reimbursed. There will be no reimbursement for commitment or hangar costs. Receipts must be left with the Hobbs notebook. Pilots who fly without a blocked account are charged an additional 10 $US per flight hour.

Aircraft rental, flight lessons, supplies and other goods and services offered by Above & Beyond Aviation are to be paid at the time of the transaction. If a negative account balance is not paid in full within 30 days, the customer`s account is charged a funding fee of 1.5% per month (annual effective rate of 19.61%). It is recommended that all tenant pilots take out tenant insurance through a serious company. In case of damage to the aircraft caused by its use by the renter, the renter is responsible for repairing the damage. No derogation is made from this responsibility of the tenant. The renting pilot may also be responsible for the loss of use of the aircraft. In the event that our insurance does not cover damage to the aircraft, the renter is required to cover the costs of damage.. . .

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