eli5. What’s the difference between a lease and a charter? 1.81K viewsJune 2, 2020 Question34.21K June 1, 2020 2 Answers eli5. What’s the difference between a lease and a charter?In: Other Porscheguy11 commented June 1, 2020 They’re the same, but chartering is commonly associated with boats/aircraft because they’re so large and expensive, that rules terms for the use of such item would be “charted” (or a contract would be made) prior to their use. But the term chartering and leasing could be used interchangeably when referring to boat/aircraft. tmahfan117 commented June 1, 2020 chartering generally comes with the idea that the company youre chartering something from is going to be the thing operating it. a football team may charter a plane, but it is going to be a company pilot thats actually going to fly it, leasing doesnt carry that same kind of accepted definition 0 AnswersActiveVotedNewestOldest Register or Login Other Questions You Might Be Interested In:Why did the U.S. Consumer Price Index become pseudolinear after 1980?ELI5; Why does the tongue turn gray or is gray in the middleIt's stated that many vegetables contain "anti-cancer" or cancer fighting compounds. How exactly do ...What does it mean to "cure" cancer? Isn't chemotherapy a largely effective solution? Why do they say...why should you always finish a course of antibiotics even if the infection has cleared upHow do near-black colors work on OLED screens?