Aircraft Maintenance. TIMESHAROR shall be solely responsible for securing scheduled and unscheduled maintenance, preventive maintenance and required or otherwise necessary inspections of the Aircraft and shall take such requirements into account in scheduling the operation of the Aircraft. Performance of maintenance, preventive maintenance or inspection shall not be delayed or postponed due to any scheduled operation of the Aircraft unless such maintenance or inspection can safely be conducted at a later time in compliance with the sound discretion of the pilot-in-command.
Aircraft Maintenance. Operator (or its designee or affiliate) shall, at its own expense, cause the Aircraft to be inspected, maintained, serviced, repaired, overhauled, and tested in accordance with FAR Part 91 so that the Aircraft will remain in good operating condition and in a condition consistent with its airworthiness certification and shall take such requirements into account in scheduling the Aircraft hereunder, including but not limited compliance with applicable airworthiness directives and service bulletins. Performance of maintenance, preventive maintenance or inspection shall not be delayed or postponed for the purpose of scheduling the Aircraft unless such maintenance or inspection can safely be conducted at a later time in compliance with applicable laws, regulations and requirements, and such delay or postponement is consistent with the sound discretion of the pilot-in-command. In the event that any non-standard maintenance is required during the term and will interfere with Passenger’s requested or scheduled flights, Operator, or Operator’s pilot-in-command, shall notify Passenger of the maintenance required, the effect on the ability to comply with Passenger’s requested or scheduled flights and the manner in which the parties will proceed with the performance of such maintenance and conduct of such flight(s). In no event shall Operator be liable to Passenger or any other person for loss, injury or damage occasioned by the delay or failure to furnish the Aircraft under this Agreement, whether or not maintenance-related.
Aircraft Maintenance. Section 3.20 of the B Disclosure Schedule sets forth a true, correct and complete list of all aircraft owned by B and all lease, sublease or other agreements (including without limitation by means of one or more capital leases) pursuant to which B operates aircraft, including a description of the type and aircraft number of each such aircraft and the date B placed such aircraft in service or proposes to place such aircraft in service. Each such aircraft is in airworthy condition and is being maintained according to applicable FAA and other applicable regulatory standards and is owned free and clear of Liens.
Aircraft Maintenance. No right or privilege has been granted in this Agreement which would operate to prevent any person, firm or corporation operating aircraft on the airport from performing services on its own Aircraft with its own regular employees (including, but not limited to, maintenance and repair) that it may choose to perform.
Aircraft Maintenance. Planner Prepares the aircraft’s maintenance work schedule. Coordinates documentation and equipment required to carry out maintenance and makes sure that maintenance schedules are respected.
Aircraft Maintenance. The Contractor shall provide routine maintenance and repair of aircraft engines, airframe, aircraft accessories and electronic accessories and avionics. The Contractor shall employ or provide under contract, on a full-time basis, at least one FAA Licensed Airframe and Powerplant Mechanic. The Contractor is authorized to sell parts to Operators utilizing the Premises or the Contractor’s services.
Aircraft Maintenance. 1. Only the Permitted Aircraft may be maintained or repaired in the Hangar, and only by Permittee or such other individual as may be approved in writing by PMGAA, provided said individual(s) do so in strict compliance with applicable FAA licensing requirements and are approved prior to performing maintenance on the Permitted Aircraft. Permittee expressly agrees to coordinate with GAS prior to the commencement of maintenance on the Permitted Aircraft to ensure such maintenance does not affect the ingress, egress or quiet enjoyment of the Hangar by other permittees. In such case where, in GAS’ sole opinion, such maintenance activities may affect other permittees, GAS may relocate the Permitted Aircraft in, out or about the Hangar in its sole discretion.