(e) at Kraft`s request, an aircraft safety cover with a certified commercial carrier or other supplier operating in accordance with the FARs and is acceptable to the manager and the force when the aircraft is not available for force due to scheduled or unscheduled maintenance. The administrator provides Kraft, upon request, with a copy of its list of acceptable suppliers; The manager heresafter designates Jim Woolley, telephone (914) 288-3021, as a point of contact for flight planning. The administrator may change his contact for flight planning by informing Kraft of this change in writing in accordance with section 11.3. Aerlex Law Group offers a wide range of services to all sectors of the aviation industry, representing the needs of commercial and commercial aviation, manufacturers, airlines and airports. Aerlex`s lawyers provide competent assistance with aircraft purchases and sales, Leasing, Financing and Management, Jet Ownership, Regulatory and Tax Issues, Business, Business, Real Estate, Employment and Processes: www.aerlex.com By our unique exchange agreements, if you are not available or if you do not meet the requirements of a particular mission, you have access to other leading aircraft. WHEREAS, manager has flight service experience of security guards in the management, operation, maintenance and planning of corporate aircraft and wants to perform these kraft services under the conditions shown here under the conditions. If First Wing manages your aircraft professionally, you can enjoy an aircraft capable of flying 365 days a year without having to take care of your own flight service. We take care of everything from crew selection/training to ground transportation, planning, shipping, inspections, maintenance, food. The best advice I can give is when the A is terribly one-sided, has insolent terms or is inconsistent with the proposal you have received, whether it goes to another management company. There are large management companies out there and if the MA sent to you is not a fair deal that has already agreed on the terms, it should be an immediate red flag on the operation of the management company. Kraft appoints the manager for the limited purpose of implementation and on behalf of Kraft, all maintenance and maintenance inspection contracts or other agreements necessary for the administrator to meet his obligations under this contract. Kraft undertakes to compensate and discourage managers from any claims, damages, losses or expenses resulting from such maintenance and maintenance inspection contracts or other agreements necessary for managers to meet its obligations under this Agreement. Once selected, the management company will present its standard management agreement (“MA”).

In general, the AD will indicate how the aircraft and registrations must be kept, when the owner must authorize maintenance work, service charges, insurance requirements, and whether the owner chooses to authorize the management company to charter the aircraft. I am fortunate to have the opportunity to work with a number of large management companies that have invested time and money in creating good MAs. Occasionally, however, I am asked to check a Mr.M. for a company I have never worked with, and I am sometimes shocked by what I find. Here is a list of some of the most important points they should focus on when reviewing the AD: TO CONSIDERANT, Kraft rightly owns (1) Gulfstream Aerospace GIV-SP-Avion and (1) Gulfstream G300 (as described later in Appendix A, which may be modified from time to time by mutual agreement between the parties to allow the replacement, replacement, addition or distance of certain aircraft) (together, the “aircraft”); and most aircraft owners who own an aircraft choose to use a management company to manage the day-to-day operation and maintenance of their aircraft.