Before entering the UK & Europe.
UK & European Customs Agencies are now enforcing the mandatory requirement
of T1 Forms click here for more details and
click here for the
Word document to complete prior to leaving for Wick.
If your flight is onward to the UK Channel
Islands, Northern Ireland & the Isle of Man you may be required to give
Terrorism Act 2000 came into force on 19 February 2001. It replaced all
previous legislation concerning terrorism.
This recent law impacts upon general aviation and the responsibilities of
Schedule 7 of the Terrorism Act 2000 provides that owners/agents of
aircraft employed to carry passengers for reward on a journey between
Great Britain and Northern Ireland and /or Eire, Isles of Man or the
Channel Islands (Common Travel Area), shall not arrange for it to call at
a port in Great Britain or Northern Ireland to disembark or embark
passengers unless the port is a designated port or the examining Police
officer approves the arrangement.
The Captain of an aircraft employed on a journey within the Command Travel
Area carrying passengers other than for reward shall not permit it to call
or leave a port in Great Britain or Northern Ireland unless it is a
designated port or he/she gives at least 12 hours notice in
writing to a Constable for the Police area in which the port is situated.
(Or where the port is in Northern Ireland, to the Police Service of
There are no designated ports in terms of the Terrorism Act within the
Northern Constabulary Force area. Effectively what this means is that the
General Aviation traffic travelling to and from the Common Travel Area and
Northern Constabulary, are required by law to give
at least 12 hours notice in writing to Northern
Constabulary. The attached General Aviation Report (G.A.R.) form is
designed to cater for this and it has to be completed fully
and faxed to the number listed on the rear of the G.A.R. form 01463 720668."
It is the Pilot/Aircraft Commanders
responsibility to adhere to these requirements.
Click here for a General Aviation Report Form.
Once complete either fax to Northern Police on +44 (0)1463
or email to
Also fax a copy to Far North on +44 (0)1955 602203 or email to