Dangerous Goods Approvals for UK and Foreign Registered Aircraft Operators

How to apply to the CAA for permission to transport dangerous goods by air

Private pilots are not subject to EU-OPS or JAR-OPS 3 legislation. Private pilots are subject to domestic legislation and must also apply for Approval or an Exemption to carry dangerous goods

Applying for Permission to transport Munitions of War by air - UK Registered aircraft

CAA Form SRG 2813, together with the appropriate fee using Payment Form SRG 2812, should be sent to the Dangerous Goods Office. Details of costs can be found in the CAA Scheme of Charges - Air Operator and Police Air Operator Certificates.

Applying for Non-expiring Permission to transport Munitions of War by air - Foreign Registered aircraft

CAA Form SRG 2814, together with the appropriate fee using Payment Form SRG 2812, should be sent to the Dangerous Goods Office. Details of costs can be found in the CAA Scheme of Charges - Air Operator and Police Air Operator Certificates.

Applying for Approval to carry Lithium Cells/Batteries

CAA Form SRG 2817, together with the appropriate fee, should be sent to the Dangerous Goods Office. Details of costs can be found in the CAA Scheme of Charges - Air Operator and Police Air Operator Certificates.


Contacting Us

Dangerous Goods Office
Email:  dgo@caa.co.uk