167. Transport of animals and prevention of suffering.

The appropriate authority1 may make orders prohibiting the conveyance of animals by any specified vessel or aircraft to or from any port or aerodrome2 in the United Kingdom, or by any specified vehicle through the Channel Tunnel system3. They may also make orders to protect animals from unnecessary suffering during inland transit, or while exposed for sale or while awaiting removal after being exposed for sale4, and to ensure proper ventilation for animals carried by sea or by air, and to protect them from unnecessary suffering during the passage and on landing5.

Under these powers (or partially thereunder) orders have