This is the entire agreement between the Client (“Renter”) and Angel City Flyers, LLC and/or Bay City Flyers, LLC DBA Aero City Jets, California Limited Liability Companies (“Provider”) for turbine aircraft training and rental. These terms are contractual and cannot be altered by oral agreement or another document unless such document is signed and agreed to by both the Client and Provider.

Client (Renter) agrees by his/her/their use of Aero City Group Inc. and/or affiliate companies equipment, facilities, property, or services that he/she/they has read, is aware of and agrees to abide by the following terms and conditions. Provider makes no warranties, express or implied.

As used herein “Aircraft” means airplane or simulator (ground training device) as specified throughout this agreement. “Provider” means “Angel City Flyers, LLC” and/or “Bay City Flyers, LLC DBA Aero City Jets” and may include registered owner(s) of Aircraft. “Renter” means either the Client or their representative.


Renter acknowledges Aircraft are de facto property of Provider, although registered title may be in a third party, and agrees to the following limitations to Aircraft use or occupancy:

  1. Aircraft shall not be operated by any person except Renter or a pilot or instructor authorized and/or employed by the Provider.
  2. All flights are to be operated under 14 CFR Part 91 and 61 only.
  3. Aircraft must not operate outside of the contiguous USA without written permission of the Provider.
  4. Aircraft may not be used in any competitive event without written permission of the Provider.
  5. Aircraft must be operated in accordance with the Airplane Flight Manual.
  6. Aircraft must be operated in a manner so it does not incur any undue hazards to persons or property on the ground.
  7. Aircraft may not be used for instructional purposes without written permission from the Provider.
  8. Aircraft may not be used for instruction purposes without submission of valid Renter identification and contact information.
  9. Provider reserves the right to refuse dispatch of rental Aircraft at any time.
  10. Provider reserves the right to change reserved Aircraft with that of the same type at any time.



  1. Hours chargeable to Renter as determined by to the nearest tenth of the hobbs meter.
  2. The greater of the HOBBS or the posted minimums applicable if rented for a calendar time.
  3. The difference of fuel between starting and ending fuel load.
  4. Receipts billed to Provider during rental reservation applicable to utilization and / or occupancy. 
  5. The value of tires, tools and accessories or parts lost or stolen from Aircraft.
  6. The value of any deicing services used and associated cleaning fees.
  7. The value of any fine or penalty charged including administrative fees for a legal violation or legal action against the Aircraft or Provider levied during the rental term of this contract as a result of Renter or passengers actions.
  8. A five percent (5%) per month carrying charge on all charges not paid within (30) days after they have been incurred.
  9. All costs incurred including aircraft hobbs time, fuel, pilot services, expenses and fees, if the Aircraft is not returned to the original rental office or FBO without the written consent of the Provider.
  10. All expenses incurred by Provider in the collection of monies due to Provider per this agreement or expenses incurred in regaining possession of Aircraft or in enforcing any term or condition of this agreement, including attorney’s fees, administrative fees and costs.
  11. The value of repair for all damage to Aircraft and resultant loss and expenses to Provider. Subject to a maximum amount of the applicable deductible and excess per aircraft type or unrecoverable loss outside of the insurance claim or limits as determined by Provider.
  12. The value of any credit card or vouchers presented at Renter discretion to a third party who refuses to honor payment. If a credit card has been presented as a means of deposit or security for Aircraft rental, Renter authorizes charges for all purposes except reimbursement for damage to or loss of Aircraft.


BODILY INJURY/PROPERTY DAMAGE RESPONSIBILITY TO THIRD PARTIES. Provider does not provide, extend, or afford any insurance coverage to Renter, passenger or authorized operator through this agreement. Provider’s financial responsibility is expressly limited to those applicable provisions of the Aircraft financial responsibility laws of the state in which the Aircraft is operated. Renter assumes all responsibility for any damage to, destruction of, or loss of property transported by or in the rented Aircraft.


NOTICE ABOUT RENTER’S FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY. The Renter is responsible, at a minimum, for the insurance deductible on the Aircraft.


PRIVATE PROPERTY. Provider is not responsible or liable in any manner for loss of, or damage to, personal property left, stored or transported in or on the rented Aircraft.


RELATIONSHIP OF THE PARTIES. The relationship between Provider and the Renters will be that of independent contractors and not that of principal and agent, nor that of legal partners. Neither Party will represent itself as the agent or legal representative of the other Party nor perform any action that might result in other persons believing that it has authority to contract in any way to enter into commitments on behalf of the other.


FLIGHT INSTRUCTION. Allflight instruction in the Aircraft must be given by a properly certificated and rated instructor named and approved by the Provider.


PILOT IN COMMAND PRIVILEGE. Renter(s) acting as pilot in command (PIC) without a pilot employed and approved by the Provider providing instruction, mentorship, or pilot services must receive a documented solo-pilot flight checkout from a properly certified and rated instructor appointed by Provider management before solo use.


FEDERAL AVIATION REGULATIONS (FARs). Each Party is responsible to comply with all applicable Federal Aviation Regulations at all times.



  1. All reservations and flights must be confirmed, scheduled and dispatched by the Provider. Failure to reserve or dispatch the aircraft through the Provider before commencing a flight may incur financial and/or legal penalties and affect future service ability with Provider.
  2. Renter will make a careful ground inspection of the Aircraft, its equipment and accessories including, but not limited to, a careful check of required fuel and oil levels and understands acceptance of the Aircraft is testimony of airworthiness and that its equipment and accessories are functioning and in proper working order.
  3. Renter agrees not to allow passengers to embark or disembark while the engine is running.
  4. Renter agrees to ensure flights terminate with the following minimum amount of fuel at the end of every flight:
    CE510 Cessna Citation Mustang: 600 LBS.
    CE525 Cessna Citation M2: 800 LBS.
    CE525 Cessna Citation CJ3+: 1000 LBS.
    SF50 Cirrus Jet: 60 GAL.
  5. Renter agrees to return the Aircraft to Provider’s place of business on or before the return date specified in the reservation, weather permitting, or sooner if demanded in the case of breaching this contract, by Provider in the same condition and running order as when received with the exception of ordinary wear and tear.
  6. Renter agrees that following each flight the Aircraft shall be parked and securely chocked, with all window coverings and doors closed and secured, all covers installed and ready to tow sign(s) installed in the windshield with parking brake off.
  7. No flights may be conducted below one thousand (1,000) feet AGL except during takeoff and landing.
  8. Renter will disconnect the battery if Aircraft is left unattended for more than 2 hours.


  1. Renter represents and warrants that he/she is the holder of a valid pilot certificate and current medical certificate which will be in his or her possession during each flight and agrees to display the same to Provider or its representatives upon request. Renter is responsible for maintaining currency as required by all applicable Federal Aviation Regulations and Provider policies.
  2. Renter agrees that Provider in its sole discretion may request additional checkout time or currency requirements.


  1. The Provider reserves the right to reallocate the reserved Aircraft after a period of sixty (60) minutes from initial scheduled flight time in absence of the Renter.
  2. For single-day reservations, Renter agrees to make the best possible effort to provide a notice of twenty-four (24) hours for the cancellation of all flights, unless due to weather conditions or emergency. Failure to cancel a scheduled single-day flight with twenty-four (24) hours notice will result in a one (1) hour flight charge, and a charge for the entirety of the instructors’ time if an instructor was scheduled.
  3. For multi-day reservations, a notice of forty-eight (48) hours in advance is required for the cancellation of all flights, unless due to weather conditions or emergency. Failure to cancel a multi-day reservation with less than forty-eight (48) hours notice will result in a one (1) hour charge of specified Aircraft per day reserved up to a maximum of three (3) hours, and a charge for the entirety of the instructors’ time if an instructor was scheduled up to a maximum of two (2) days. 
  4. No show reservations will be charged the entire cost of reserved instructor time and Aircraft daily minimum.
  5. Failure to return Aircraft to its base on or before the scheduled reservation end will result in a charge of one hundred fifty percent (150%) the posted retail rate on the Aircraft for each hour and/or fraction of an hour the Aircraft is tardy; individual cases warranting failure to return Aircraft on or before the scheduled reservation end due to unforeseen weather, airport and airspace shutdowns, or mechanical events are subject to review by Provider.



  1. Provider must approve having maintenance performed on the Aircraft.
  2. Renter shall not tamper with or attempt to repair any part of the Aircraft or its equipment or accessories without express written consent of the Provider. All squawks shall be reported to the Provider after each flight.
  3. The Renter is responsible for any charges incurred for his/her accommodations and/or transportation home in the event maintenance is required away from its primary base.
  4. In the event of either an accident or incident, Renter will immediately inform the Provider as well as the FAA and appropriate local authorities as required by law. In no event will Renter move the Aircraft after an accident or incident except with the express permission of the Provider or as directed by other authorities having jurisdiction.



  1. Provider may, at its sole discretion, accept cash or cash equivalent as a deposit to secure the rental of an Aircraft or services provided. A valid credit card must be on file with the Provider prior to schedule confirmation for any rental or service; reservations may not be dispatched without a valid form of payment authorization for all charges.
  2. Overnight minimum for Aircraft is one (1) hobbs hour per night reserved.
  3. Pilot service and instruction time is billed hourly, with half-day rates (up to four hours) and full day rates (up to eight hours) when applicable by Provider. 
  4. Pilot service and instruction billing time begins at scheduled reservation or required show time, whichever comes first, and ends at a minimum of thirty (30) minutes after landing or upon completion of pilot services or instruction, whichever is later.
  5. The minimum charge for pilot services and instruction on an overnight trip is two (2) days.
  6. Renter is responsible for all expenses required for pilot services including, but not limited to airfare, accommodations, transportation costs and other directly incurred expenses.
  7. Renter is responsible for paying per diem fees for all schedules in excess of eight (8) hours at the hourly rate detailed in the pricing schedule for every hour, or fraction thereof, the pilot is away from base starting at report for duty and ending upon trip completion.
  8. Renter understands requests to use resources for activity outside that defined in the curriculum(s) for fixed-rate courses will be billed at full retail rates for additional resources used.
  9. Renter understands if dual instruction or wait time is required in a single duty day of eight (8) hours or more, price shall be at one (1) day rate and the regular hourly rate for every hour over eight (8) hours in a twenty-four (24) hour period. 
  10. For purposes of computing rental costs, the number of hours chargeable to Renter shall be determined by the difference in hours shown by the standard hourly recording device installed in the Aircraft prior to dispatch and that value shown after the Aircraft is checked in, to the nearest tenth (0.1) hour for in-flight time. If the recording device seal is broken during Renter’s possession of the Aircraft, then Renter is responsible for repair or replacement of the instrument and a rental charge to be determined by the Provider based on the actual time the Aircraft was in service.
  11. Charges from third party vendors passed onto Provider associated with the rental of the Aircraft will incur a twenty percent (20%) processing fee.
  12. Renter agrees to a minimum fee of 3000.00 USD for leaving the Master or Battery Switch on, or the cost of replacing the battery, whichever is greater.
  13. Renter agrees to a processing fee of 500.00 USD for each noise abatement occurrence as a result of the Renter’s operation of the aircraft.
  14. Renter will be responsible for the cost of fuel and fees associated with the operation of the aircraft, including incidental cleaning costs incurred, upon return.
  15. Under the assumption of airworthiness at dispatch, Renter is responsible for any costs incurred as a result of maintenance or other events even if these events are not caused by the renter to bring the aircraft back to its home base. These costs include the rental rate of the aircraft for transit and associated operational services.
  16. Renter will be responsible for any damage found in the preflight immediately subsequent to the Renter return flight if such damage was not previously reported. This damage is limited to occurrences that could only reasonably be attributed to operating the aircraft under its own power. Renter is encouraged to conduct a thorough postflight inspection and shall report any discrepancies immediately upon discovery to a dispatcher or management of the Provider.
  17. Renter acknowledges the lavatory onboard the Aircraft is for emergencies only. The Renter is responsible for restoring the facilities to its dispatched condition. Failure to do so will result in a 500.00 USD charge and associated cleaning fees.
  18. Provider, at its sole discretion, may require Renter to pay for any damage(s) to aircraft furnishings and avionics attributable to Renter or their passengers during the rental period. Renter acknowledges that said damage(s) may include, but are not limited to the following items: Aircraft furnishings, upholstery, window coverings or visors, carpets, curtains, cabinetry, seats and cushions, speakers, buttons, knobs, latches, headsets, switches, light covers, aircraft avionics display panels, levers, handles, oxygen mask(s), oxygen bottle(s), emergency equipment, audio jacks, checklists, aircraft manuals, aircraft documents. Exceptions for reasonable wear and tear and aircraft condition at time of rental may be made at Provider’s sole discretion.
  19. Renter acknowledges that animals are not allowed inside rented aircraft at any time unless express written approval is obtained from Provider management prior to rental. Provider, at its sole discretion, may require an additional deposit and/or payment of at least 500.00 USD for animal carriage upon approval and Renter hereby agrees to pay for any damages reasonably caused by the carriage of animals in the aircraft. Any approved animals must be carried in the passenger cabin.
  20. Renter acknowledges that all products and services are non-refundable. Special issuance refunds approved for products, services or money on account will incur a five percent (5%) processing fee.


NON-SOLICITATION. Client agrees not to directly or indirectly solicit, hire, engage, or contract with any employees, contractors, or affiliates of Aero City Group Inc. and all subsidiary companies, including Angel City Flyers LLC and/or Bay City Flyers LLC DBA Aero City Jets, for the provision of training, aircraft rental, or any other services related to the scope of services explicitly outlined in this agreement. This includes but is not limited to any attempt to entice, encourage, or induce employees or affiliates of Aero City Group Inc. and/or its subsidiaries to provide similar services independently or for another entity.

The Client acknowledges that the employees, contractors, and affiliates of Aero City Group Inc. and its subsidiaries possess unique skills, knowledge, and expertise that are integral to the services provided under this agreement. Any attempt to solicit or engage with these individuals for services outside the scope of this agreement would constitute a breach of contract.

In the event of a breach of this clause, Client agrees to compensate Aero City Group Inc. for any damages incurred, including but not limited to lost profits, costs associated with finding replacement personnel, and legal fees.

This clause shall survive the termination or expiration of this agreement.

By signing this agreement, the Client acknowledges that they have read, understood, and agreed to abide by the terms of this non-solicitation clause.

Aero City Group Inc. and/or its subsidiaries reserve the right to pursue legal action to enforce this clause and protect its interests in the event of a breach.

SEVERABILITY. If any provisions of this rental agreement are unlawful, contrary to public policy, void or unenforceable, remaining provisions shall continue in full force and effect.


ENTIRE AGREEMENT. This Agreement may be reviewed and modified from time to time with subsequent revisions. The most recent version inclusive of subsequent revisions to this Agreement are available on this site and must be acknowledged by Client to dispatch Aircraft or otherwise initiate training.


ACKNOWLEDGEMENT. Client (Renter) agrees by his/her/their use of Aero City Group Inc. and/or affiliate companies equipment, facilities, property, or services that he/she/they has read, is aware of and agrees to abide by the terms and conditions aforementioned.


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