Ultra Long-Range Private Jet

Leasing a private jet refers to the process of renting a jet from an owner or operator for a specific period of time. There are a few different ways to go about leasing a private jet, and the details of the arrangement will depend on the specifics of the deal. Some common options for leasing a private jet include:

  1. Wet Leasing: This type of arrangement involves leasing an entire aircraft, including the crew. The owner or operator of the jet provides everything needed to operate the plane, and the lessee pays a fee to use the jet.
  2. Dry Leasing: This type of arrangement involves leasing just the aircraft, without the crew. The lessee is responsible for providing their own pilot and other necessary personnel to operate the jet.
  3. Shared Leasing: This arrangement involves a group of individuals or businesses sharing the cost of leasing a private jet. Each member of the group has access to the jet for a certain amount of time, and the costs are divided among the members of the group.

Leasing a private jet can be a convenient and cost-effective option for individuals or businesses that need access to a private aircraft on a regular basis, but don’t want to go through the expense of purchasing their own plane.

The lease amount for a private jet is typically based on a few different factors, including the type and size of the aircraft, the duration of the lease, and the terms of the agreement. Here are a few of the factors that may be taken into account when determining the lease amount for a private jet:



  1. Type of Aircraft: The type of aircraft being leased will have a big impact on the cost. Larger jets and those with more advanced features will generally be more expensive to lease.

  2. Duration of Lease: The longer the lease term, the lower the overall cost will typically be. This is because the fixed costs of the aircraft, such as maintenance and financing, can be spread out over a longer period of time.

  3. Flight Hours: Some leases are based on the number of flight hours the aircraft is used, rather than a fixed term. In these cases, the lease amount will be based on the number of hours the jet is in use.

  4. Maintenance and Repairs: The owner or operator of the jet may include the cost of maintenance and repairs in the lease amount. Alternatively, the lessee may be responsible for paying these costs separately.

  5. Other Fees: There may be other fees associated with leasing a private jet, such as airport fees, fuel costs, and landing fees. These costs will need to be considered when determining the overall lease amount.

How does the model of Aircraft leasing work for a particular country :

We do, not have information on the specific details of how private jet leasing works in a specific country ( get in touch in case you need particular country details). However, in general, the process of leasing a private jet in any country is likely to involve some combination of the following steps:



  1. Identify your needs: Before you start looking for a private jet to lease, it’s important to have a clear idea of what you need in terms of size, range, and other features. This will help you narrow down your options and find a jet that is a good fit for your needs.

  2. Research available options: Once you know what you’re looking for, you can start researching your options. This may involve contacting private jet operators or brokers or using online resources to find jets that are available for lease.

  3. Negotiate the terms: Once you’ve identified a few potential options, you’ll need to negotiate the lease terms with the jet’s owner or operator. This will involve discussing things like the duration of the lease, the cost, and any other details of the arrangement.

  4. Sign the agreement: Once you’ve agreed to the terms of the lease, you’ll need to sign a lease agreement outlining the details of the arrangement. This will typically include things like the length of the lease, the cost, and any other terms and conditions.

  5. Take possession of the jet: Once the lease agreement has been signed, you’ll be able to take possession of the jet and start using it according to the terms of the agreement.


We hope this helps in giving you a general idea of how private jet leasing works. For more information, you can get in touch with us.


Written by: Sudip Sharma

Director: Safe Fly Aviation Services Pvt Ltd.    mail us: info@safefly.aero

Note: This blog is just for a very basic understanding of the aircraft leasing market for more details get in touch with Safe Fly or your aviation consultant.