The pilot in command1 of a non-EASA aircraft2 is responsible:
(1) before every flight, for defining the roles and duties of each crew member3;
(2) for the operation and safety of the aircraft and for the initiation, continuation, termination or diversion of a flight in the interest of safety4; and
(3) during aircraft operations, for ensuring the safety of all crew members, passengers and cargo on board5.
Before commencing take-off, the pilot in command of a balloon must be satisfied that, according to the information available, the weather at the operating site or aerodrome6 would not prevent a safe take-off
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