Pilot Sample Clauses

Pilot. Pilot means a Motion Picture produced as one (1) episode of a projected Series to determine whether to produce the Series later.
Pilot. Subject to §5.B, during the term of this Agreement and after issuance of a Notice to Proceed, the Parties intend to establish a pilot program for e-scooters for up to one year. At the end of that pilot program the Parties shall evaluate the success of the pilot program. The Parties may agree to extend the e-scooter pilot program to continue for any portion of the Initial Term or Renewal Term of this Agreement upon mutual agreement by the Parties confirmed in writing. In addition to any conditions for e-scooters contained in this Agreement, each Municipality may issue any additional e-scooter specific conditions prior to the establishment of the pilot. Operator expressly agrees to abide by all such e- scooter conditions that now exist. Prior to issuing the Notice to Proceed set forth in §5.B., the Municipality issuing the Notice to Proceed shall provide such condition to Gotcha to allow for adequate time for Gotcha to comply.
Pilot. The Authority shall cause to be timely paid such amounts as are payable in respect of PILOT in accordance with the Act.
Pilot. For each tax year or portion thereof during the term of the Lease, the Company, as tenant, shall pay PILOT in accordance with Section 7(d) of the MOU.
Pilot. A sample episode for a proposed Series that sets the initial premise, characters, and format of the Series intended for broadcast and financed as such.
Pilot. The pilot of the aircraft during this lease will be . The type of license(s) held by this pilot is date of this pilot’s last F.A.A. approved class medical examination is . The pilot and any crew member(s) will be an employee(s) of: Check One:  Lessor (as independent contractor)  Lessee and/or Lessee’s Payroll Services Company Federal Aviation Regulations 91.119 and 91.303 address acrobatic flight and minimum safe altitudes. It shall be the responsibility of the Insuring Party hereunder to confirm that the pilot of the aircraft has an approved Motion Picture and Television Flight Operations Manual and has obtained a current Certificate of Waiver or authorization from the F.A.A. if the use of the aircraft falls under F.A.R. 91.119 and/or 91.303. Pilot has  has /  has not evidenced compliance with the above by filing with Lessee’s Insurance and Risk Management Department a copy of his Motion Picture and Television Flight Operations Manual and Waiver. SCHEDULE/LOCATION/USE: The period of this lease shall commence effective (date) at (location) and shall continue, subject to all terms and conditions of this agreement, until (date) at which time the aircraft shall be delivered to Lessor at (location) and the lease period shall be terminated. Upon reasonable notice, Lessor shall make the aircraft available to Lessee, upon these same terms, for use on subsequent date(s) that may be reasonably necessary to meet Lessee’s production requirements. Lessee shall be given the full unrestricted use of the aircraft to accomplish the necessary transportation, effects and/or film sequences as it requires, subject always to the pilot’s determination of safety, aircraft performance, F.A.A. or N.T.S.B. restrictions or other state or federal requirements.
Pilot. In the event the DEVELOPER or a successor owner uses a Lot in a manner that causes the Lot or any portion thereof to be assessed in a manner that results in it not being fully subject to real estate taxes, including, without limitation, for agricultural uses, then, the owner of the applicable Lot shall make or cause to be made an additional payment in lieu of taxes (“PILOT”) so that the total tax payment, if any, plus the PILOT, equals the amount of real estate taxes that would be paid if the entire Lot were fully taxable.
Pilot. The minimum fees payable to a Director of a pilot are the following: For a half-hour pilot: June 12, 2019 to December 11, 2020 Tier Budget Pilot Base Fee Pilot Use Fee* Guaranteed period (110% of Base fee) (in days) A $1,087,924M and over 14 867 $ 16 355 $ 10 B $788,744k to $1,087,924M 11 758 $ 12 935 $ 10 C $543,962k to $788,744k 9 882 $ 10 869 $ 10 D $380,773k to $543,962k 3% of Budget 10 E Under $380,773k 2.75% of Budget 10 *When applicable For a one-hour pilot: June 12, 2019 to December 11, 2020 Tier Budget Pilot Base Fee Pilot Use Fee* Guaranteed period (110% of Base fee) (in days) A $1,414,301M and over 24 413 $ 26 855 $ 18 B $1,196,716M to $1,414,301M 20 345 $ 22 378 $ 18 C $598,358k to $1,196,716M 3% of Budget 18 D Under $598,358k 2.75% of Budget 18 * When applicable The payment of the appropriate Pilot Base fee shall entitle the Producer to one run simultaneously on any platform. For any additional use, including as part of a Series, the Director shall be paid the appropriate Use fee on the first day of principal photography of the Series. This payment shall entitle the Producer to the rights provided in Article 17.06. In addition, where the Pilot results in a Series, the Director of the Pilot shall be paid a one-time bonus equal to the difference between the Pilot Base fee and one hundred thirty-five percent (135%) of the Base fee in the appropriate tier for half-hour or one-hour Series on the first day of principal photography of the Series. Where a Series does not have a Pilot, the Producer and the Director of the first episode of the Series may negotiate a fee higher than the fees provided for in Article 17.12 or 17.13.
Pilot. During the PILOT Term, the Lessee shall pay PILOT with respect to the Facility Realty (excluding the Additional Improvements, if any) in the amounts described below, subject to adjustment pursuant to Section 5.1(f).
Pilot. OCC, at its sole cost, will design and install a fully functional System (using the Generation III Platform) in all guest rooms in the following Hotels (the “Pilot Hotels”): • Bethesda Marriott • Denver Marriott Tech CenterSan Diego Marriott Hotel and Marina