Definition of dry lease in English:

dry lease

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An arrangement covering the hire of an aircraft which does not include provision of a flight crew.
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  • They would have leased it out on its own under a dry lease.


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(dry-lease) [with object] Hire (an aircraft) on the basis of a dry lease.

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