1. Each Party, no later than five days after entry into force of the Treaty, shall provide to the other Party notification containing the list of types of inspection airplanes that this Party intends to use for transportation of inspectors to the points of entry. A type of inspection airplane shall be considered agreed unless the other Party, within ten days after receipt of the notification, provides a notification objecting to the use of the type of inspection airplane. Agreed types of inspection airplanes shall be provided in accordance with Part Two of the Protocol. Each Party shall have the right to replace the types of airplanes specified in accordance with Part Two of the Protocol with other types of airplanes, as well as to add other types of airplanes after it has informed the other Party of such a replacement or addition. Unless otherwise agreed by the Parties, each such change shall become effective three months after a Party has provided such information to the other Party. If the other Party disagrees with a proposed replacement or proposed addition, such an issue shall be resolved within the framework of the BCC.
2. Each Party shall have the right to change a point of entry on its territory. Information on the change of a point of entry shall be included in the notification to be provided in accordance with paragraph 2 of Section II of Part Four of the Protocol. The change shall become effective three months after provision of such notification.
3. Each Party shall issue standing diplomatic clearance numbers for inspection airplanes of the other Party pursuant to paragraph 1 of Section VI of Part Four and paragraph 2 of Section III of Part Five of the Protocol.
4. The inspected Party shall ensure approval of the flight plan of the inspection airplane, provided in accordance with paragraph 2 of Section VI of Part Four of the Protocol, and shall provide notification thereof in accordance with paragraph 3 of Section VI of Part Four of the Protocol, so that the inspection team may arrive at the point of entry by the estimated time of arrival. Each Party may change flight routes for inspection airplanes to and from points of entry established on its territory by providing the relevant notification.
5. The call sign "START-XXX" shall be assigned to inspection airplanes. Such an odd-hundred call sign shall be assigned to inspection airplanes of the United States of America (for example, 1XX, 3XX, 5XX). Such an even-hundred call sign shall be assigned to inspection airplanes of the Russian Federation (for example, 2XX, 4XX, 6XX).
6. The number of aircrew members for an inspection airplane shall not exceed ten. On a case-by-case basis with the permission of the inspected Party, for the purpose of making repairs on an inspection airplane located on the territory of the inspected Party, the number of aircrew members may be increased to no more than 15.
7. Movement and travel of inspectors and aircrew members within the territory of the inspected Party shall be at the discretion of the in-country escort. Situations that require an emergency evacuation of inspectors or aircrew members in the event of illness or other extraordinary circumstances shall be resolved by agreement between the in-country escort and the inspection team leader.
8. All costs related to the servicing of the inspection airplane provided for in paragraph 6 of Section III of Part Five of the Protocol shall be paid by the commander of the inspection airplane, at the point of entry, upon receipt of such servicing.