o Depending on the country in which the operator is based or the country in which the RPAS is operated the National Aviation Authorities may demand the flight crew to have training or qualifications and/or the RPAS to have a certificate of airworthiness. All Eagle Eye Inspection Services B.V. pilots and payload operators are required to hold a pilot qualification from a Qualified Entity or CAA. The certificate of airworthiness for the RPAS will be acquired through an individual design and construct assessment.
o The operator, pilots and payload operator and the RPAS shall all be in compliance with existing national, European and international aviation rules, regulations and relevant exemptions including the rules of the air.
o In the current situation this means that the operator shall make sure that the entire organisation (pilots, payload operator and RPAS) meets the exemption requirements for the RPA-L, S-BVL and ROC and when regulation is in place all license requirements concerning the above.
o In the event that Eagle Eye Inspection Services B.V. conducts International operations however should they choose to do so then it shall comply with the requirements of art. 8 Chicago Convention.
o In addition all Eagle Eye Inspection Services B.V. pilots and observers shall have completed specific training if necessary.
o The PIC and all other Eagle Eye Inspection Services B.V. pilots and payload operator are required to hold a pilot qualification and have completed the training course provided by Aerial Group B.V. on how to safely operate an Altura Zenith ATX8 RPAS.