There are different types of charter contracts available:
- Standard Charter
- Special Charter
- Tour Charter
- Event Charter
Bidding / Tendering period
New offers are being placed onto the charter exchange on a daily basis. Place your bid during the indicated Offer Period (UTC times) and be aware that your bid has to be lower than the set start price. Once you have placed a bid it can only be adjusted downwards. The first offer per charter contract is for free. Additional offers will be charged with 1 Credit. The lowest bid of the winning competitor will be disclosed at the end of the tendering period.
- you will have to fulfill requested days of operations for your flights
- you will have to fulfill requested time slot for landing and departure (as indicated)
- you will have to provide aircraft which covers requested capacities of pax & cargo (per week and per flight)
- you will have to provide a minimum Board Service rating depending on charter offer's requirements.
- you will have to provide a minimum Cabin Setup value depending on charter offer's requirements.
- be aware that delays of more then 120 minutes will reduce the degree of fulfillment
- no regular route rights required. Temporary route rights will be granted for the whole duration of charter's runtime.
- some other requirements may apply - dpending on charter type
Board Service / Cabin Setup / Occupancy / Flight Schedule
- the occupancy of your charter flights has no relation to the regular airport occupancy. Your Board Service and Cabin Setup is not crucial for the plane's occupancy but remember charter's requirements.
- Charter flights are displayed different-colored on your flight schedule. Always make sure that you assign the correct charter ID to your charter flights.
A standard charter is to operate flights between two airport (A to B connection and return) on pre-defined days of operation. It's up to you to take care about any kind of regulations like curfew, etc. The contractor will receive weekly payments (amount depends on degree of fulfillment).
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A tour charter is to operate flights between airports around event venues along the tour (a rock band tour for example). The contractor will receive payment (amount depends on degree of fulfillment) at the end of the charter contract.
An event charter is to operate flight between two airports (A to B connection and return) to certain events (a sports event for example). The contractor will receive payment (amount depends on degree of fulfillment) at the end of the charter contract.