Aeronux Airways De-icing Procedure & Waiver

For your safety, aircraft de-icing is often required during icy and snowy conditions. This is a legal requirement prior to takeoff. In severe winter weather, multiple de-icings may be required.

As it cannot be predicted if and how much de-icing fluid is required prior to a flight, the aircraft charterer is liable after the flight for the cost of any ground de-icing required. This is industry standard practice and set out in Aeronux Airways' Standard Charter Terms. De-icing charges are usually invoiced at cost price after the flight is completed. During winter operations, Aeronux Airways offers a De-Icing Waiver as protection against these potential charges. This is similar to a collision damage waiver for hire cars.

DE-ICING SUMMARY
  • The only extra cost not included in your Aeronux Airways contract is ground de-icing charges (invoiced to you at cost).
  • Actual de-icing costs vary depending on the amount of fluid required. The average de-icing cost for a small jet is 1,000 USD per application. De-icing larger aircraft can cost over 10,000 USD.
  • The Aeronux Airways De-Icing Waiver is calculated according to the risk of de-icing and is based on a percentage of the predicted cost. For example, on a small jet the waiver is often just 150 USD per flight.

PLEASE NOTE: If no De-Icing Waiver is purchased, depend on the weather forecast, we may require a deferred credit card charge of a minimum 1500 USD, prior to the flight.

If de-icing is then required, we will contact you to arrange payment of the cost price (which may differ from the deferred payment). The deferred payment will be cancelled if no de-icing is required.

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Aeronux Airways is the only complete private jet charter brokerage company you will ever need. All flights are operated by Part 135 carriers. Operators providing service for Aeronux clients must meet standards set forth by the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). Aeronux does not manage or operate aircrafts on behalf of our clients. We will assist our clients in finding the best operators for aircraft. Aeronux is an EOE/AAP employer.

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