TERMS AND CONDITIONS – Fine Dining Flight * (SUPPLIER)
(hereinafter Terms and Conditions)
(2) YOU (Client)
(A) The Supplier carries on the business of supplying the food and beverages listed in its menu from time to time being offered (Products) which in itself is a premium quality service.
(B) The Client wishes to buy, and the Supplier wishes to supply the Products on the terms and conditions set out in these Terms & Conditions.
(C) Please read and understand the terms and conditions on which we agree to supply our catering services to you. By confirming your booking with us (in writing, email or orally) you have accepted your Quotation and these Terms & Conditions. These terms and conditions do not affect any statutory rights that the Client may have as a consumer.
1.1 The following definitions apply in these Terms & Conditions:
Business Day: any day, other than a Saturday, Sunday or public holiday in Monaco, when clearing banks in Monaco are open for business for the transaction of normal business (other than business solely comprising trading and settlement in Euros).
Fixed Base Operator: an organization granted the right by an airport to operate at the airport and provide aeronautical services such as fueling, hangaring, tie-down and parking, aircraft rental, aircraft maintenance, flight instruction, and similar services.
Group: in relation to a company, that company, any subsidiary or holding company from time to time, and any subsidiary from time to time of a holding company of that company.
Menu: the menu prepared by Supplier and provided to Client either in written form or on Supplier’s website from time to time.
Order: an order for Products submitted by the Client in accordance with Clause 3, such Order agreeing to the Quotation. Each Order shall specify:
- Number of sale units of each type of Products and Services;
- Preferred delivery date and time;
- Other information necessary to fulfil the order.
Order Number: the reference number to be applied to an Order by the Supplier in accordance with Clause 4.
Products and Services: the Products set out in Menu and, where the context requires, the Products ordered by and supplied to the Client, such Products also potentially being equipment, cutlery, crockery or other ancillary equipment purchased or hired.
Price: the prices listed in Menu plus any additional third party incidental costs such as courier costs, delivery fees, loading and handling fees, some of which the Supplier may charge an administration handling fee for, all of which are provided in Quotation. Should Clients’ requirements change after Supplier has provided Quotation or should any incidental costs change which are outside Supplier’s control Supplier may amend Quotation and issue an amended or supplemental invoice to Client, notifying Client of such changes.
Quotation: the detail of the Order including specific Products and quantities, and in some but not all circumstances along with costs including the Price.
TVA: sales tax or any equivalent tax chargeable in Monaco or elsewhere.
Year: from 1st January to the following 31st December.
Quotation: a statement setting out the estimated cost of a product or service
2. SUPPLY OF THE PRODUCTS AND QUALITY OF SERVICE
2.1 The Supplier shall supply, and the Client shall purchase, such quantities of Products as the Client may order in accordance with these Terms & Conditions and as set out in the Quotation and agreed to in the Order.
2.2 The Products and Services provided conform to international standards and correspond to health and hygiene regulations imposed on food products in the country in which they are prepared.
2.3. The Supplier imposes a vetting procedure for all its third party subcontractors in order to ensure the quality of any of their subcontractors’ products and services and to ensure their values correspond with the Supplier’s values which are to provide a product and service that is of the highest level of quality one might reasonably expect in private jet catering. Details on this vetting procedure are available upon written request of the Client.
3. TRADING NAMES
The Supplier uses different trading names in different jurisdictions.
4.1 Orders shall be confirmed by the Client orally, in writing or by email to , following receipt of the Quotation in writing from the Supplier (email or paper form). In some circumstances the Supplier will be unable to give a written Quotation but instead will provide an oral one, keeping a written record of the detail of the Quotation should the Client ever dispute it, the Supplier’s record being final and binding on the parties, subject to the appropriate paperwork being