The letting or hiring a vessel by special contract, or the contract or instrument whereby a vessel is hired or let; as, a ship is offered for sale or charter. See Charter party, below.
To hire or let by charter, as a ship. See Charter party, under Charter, n.
1) To rent or lease a boat, ship, vessel or aircraft. 2) The instrument issued by a governmental body (state) recognizing the organization of an insurance company and giving authority to operate within the stated jurisdiction. The charter also contains the condition under which the insurer must operate.
A trip or the act in which a company hires all or part of an airplane, ship, bus, train, or other transportation for resale to the public or a specified group.
a contract to hire or lease transportation
an arrangement in which the plane is leased or rented by a group
a temporary lease of our vehicle and driver
Contract entered into with a customer for the use of the vessel for a specific voyage at a specific rate per unit of cargo ("Voyage Charter"), or for a specific period of time at a specific rate per unit (day or month) of time ("Time Charter").
(1) To hire an airplane, bus, or ship for group travel, usually at lower rates than regularly scheduled transportation. (2) The purchase of the use of transportation equipment at a cut price.
Aircraft, motorcoach, or other mode of transportation reserved entirely for use by a group.
To hire, rent or lease for exclusive and temporary use.
Carriage of cargo or passengers on non-scheduled operations by the aircraft operator or his/her employees for hire or reward, but excluding Regular Public Transport Operations (scheduled services).
A cargo owner or party that charters a vessel.
Memorandum of Association. A document issued by a recognised authority setting up a corporation and establishing its right to carry on in business. In the UK, for instance, companies established by Royal Charter were set up on the authority of the king or queen of the time. Charter is also used to refer to the hiring of a vehicle designed to carry a large number of passengers, such as an aircraft or a bus. It originally referred to space rented on a cargo ship.
Commercial use of an aircraft for which a charge is made or compensation (consideration) in some form is received by the insured, while either carrying passengers and/or cargo, or performing some other service under a written or oral agreement (contract).
The hire of a ship.
The hiring or leasing of an aircraft for the exclusive, temporary use of a group of travelers.
To enter into a contract to hire a ship or other vessel. See charter party.
Originally meant a flight where a shipper contracted hire of an aircraft from an airline, but has usually come to mean any non-scheduled commercial service.