Appendix a1: Prior notice and Responsibility Statement for technical and scientific activities Appendix a2: Prior notice and Responsibility Statement for special flights
This document provides a complete list of regulations related to the aviation sector which offers relevant information to be considered by the applicant for a RPAS flight permission. National Laws and European Rules are part of the scope of this appendix.
This guide describes the information to include in the Characterization document of the aircraft to be presented by the interested party.
The Operational Manual is the document governing the aerial activity of the operator. It must be developed following the current normative criterion and is mandatory for the personnel involved in the operation.
Before starting an activity using a Drone system for technical and scientific operations, several test flights must be performed for safety assurance.
Regular revisions after the RPAS assembling are essential to guarantee the safety performance of the aerial vehicle; from the structure to the electrical connectors, fuel, battery and on-board equipment. A complete functional test, including ground and air segment, will be also...
There are two forms to achieve this accreditation. The first one is demonstrating the theoretical knowledge with different manners: with a pilot licensing, a certification of approved test, or with a military license given by the National Army.
Each RPAS manufacturer intending to provide theoretical and practical instructions for the control of a specific drone must develop an Instructions Manual. In the same manner, operators that will train their own pilots must also have this Manual.
This document describes the procedure to elaborate the flight profiles and the operational characteristics definition.
The flight book bust register the flight durations, independently of the activity. It must also contains the mandatory instruction processes.
This process must be included by the operator in the operations manual, in which the training program carried out by the pilot will be described, thus, his competence will be verified through a minimum of three flights. The information of those flights must be reflected in the...