Flight Hour definition

Flight Hour means each hour or part thereof elapsing from the moment at which the wheels of the Aircraft (or other aircraft in the case of Parts or Engines temporarily installed on such other aircraft) leave the ground on the take-off of the Aircraft (or such other aircraft) until the wheels of the Aircraft (or such other aircraft) touch the ground on the landing of the Aircraft (or such other aircraft) following such take-off.
Flight Hour means each hour or part thereof, measured to two decimal places, elapsing from the moment the wheels of the Airframe leave the ground on take-off to the moment when the wheels of the Airframe touch the ground on landing.
Flight Hour means one (1) hour of use of the Aircraft in flight operations, as recorded on the Aircraft hour meter and measured in one-tenth (1/10th) of an hour increments.

Examples of Flight Hour in a sentence

  • In the event the Lease is terminated by either party pursuant to Section 3.1, Lessee shall pay upon demand all outstanding Hourly Rent for each used Flight Hour.

  • In addition, but not limited to the foregoing, Lessee acknowledges that the rates of Supplemental Rent currently provided for in this Agreement are based upon the assumptions that (i) the Aircraft will be operated on a one Flight Hour to one Cycle ratio; and (ii) the Agreed Maintenance Programme for the Aircraft during the Term will be the same as that in effect on the Delivery Date.

  • It is now being extended again, to 8,600 hours, through a High Flight Hour (HFH) inspection effort that closely examines the condition of each aircraft.

  • The Lessee shall pay rent in an amount equal to the Hourly Rent specified in Schedule A attached hereto for each Flight Hour of use of the Aircraft by Lessee.

  • The Contractor may furnish a relief crew to meet the days off requirement in accordance with C-16 Flight Hour and Duty Limitations.


More Definitions of Flight Hour

Flight Hour means each hour or fraction thereof elapsed from the moment the wheels of the Aircraft leave the ground through the moment the wheels of the Aircraft touch down upon the ground.
Flight Hour means each flight hour of use of the Aircraft by Lessee, as recorded on the Aircraft hour meter and measured from the time the Aircraft wheel blocks are removed at the beginning of a flight, to the time the Aircraft wheel blocks are replaced after the Aircraft lands at the end of a flight in one-tenth (1/10th) of an hour increments. Flight Hours also include any flight hours consumed in repositioning the Aircraft to facilitate Lessee’s scheduled itineraries.
Flight Hour means (i) with respect to the Airframe, any hour, including calculating by aggregating fractions of an hour, occurring on any flight, measured from the time the wheels of the Airframe leave the ground until the wheels next touch the ground, or (ii) with respect to any Engine or Propeller, any hour, including calculating by aggregating fractions of an hour, occurring on any flight, measured from the time the wheels of any airframe, including the Airframe, on which such Engine or Propeller is installed leave the ground until the wheels next touch the ground.
Flight Hour means each flight hour, calculated in tenths of an hour, of use of the Aircraft by a Time Share Lessee, as recorded on the Aircraft hour meter.
Flight Hour means: (i) with respect to the Airframe, each hour or part thereof which elapses from the time the wheels of the Airframe leave the ground on take-off to the time when the wheels of the Airframe touch the ground on landing, and (ii) with respect to an Engine or other engine or any Part or part, including the APU, each hour or part thereof which elapses from the time the wheels of the airframe, whether or not the Airframe leased hereunder, on which such Engine or other engine or Part or part is installed, leave the ground on takeoff to the time when the wheels of such airframe touch the ground on landing.
Flight Hour means, for a particular reference period, every hour (or portion of an hour) flown by an Aircraft, computed from each take-off (wheels off) of the Aircraft until the subsequent landing (wheels on), as recorded in the technical log book (or equivalent) of the applicable Aircraft.
Flight Hour means each flight hour of use of the Aircraft by Lessee, as recorded on the Aircraft hour meter, or similar tracking device.