The operator of an aircraft which is involved in an aircraft accident or an aircraft incident in the United Kingdom1 must notify the Civil Aviation Authority ('CAA')2 without delay of any dangerous goods3 carried as cargo on the aircraft4, and the commander of an aircraft carrying dangerous goods as cargo must, in the event of an in-flight emergency and as soon as the situation permits, inform the appropriate air traffic services unit of those dangerous goods in detail or as a summary or by reference to the location from where the detailed information can be obtained immediately
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