Carrying any munition of war1 on a non-EASA aircraft2 requires the permission of the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA)3 and for certain information to be provided by the operator4 to the pilot in command5. Any such munition of war or any sporting weapon6 must be stowed in the aircraft in a place that is inaccessible to passengers during flight and, in the case of a firearm, must be unloaded
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