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    DE : Only ACC3 to carry Cargo from Third Countries into the Union

    Only ACC3 to carry Cargo from Third Countries into the Union

    From 01.02.2012, any air carrier carrying cargo or mail from an airport in a third country for transfer, transit or unloading at any airport falling within the scope of Regulation (EC) No 300/2008 shall be designated by the appropriate authority as an "Air Cargo/Mail Carrier operating into the Union from a Third Country Airport” (ACC3). After the designation, the Luftfahrt-Bundesamt communicates the necessary details of the carrier to the Commission which makes them available to all Member States.
    An ACC3 notified to the Commission in accordance with the prescribed procedure, shall be recognised in all Member States for all operations from the specified third country airport into the Union.

    If you have any questions dealing with ACC3, please send an email to: acc3@lba.de.


    Bron : http://www.lba.de/EN/AviationSecurit....html?nn=30628

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    UK : Request for declaration of commitments: ACC3

    Request for declaration of commitments: ACC3

    Cargo inbound to the EU


    Publisher:Department for TransportPublication type:Decision letterPublished date: 22 December 2011Mode/topic:Aviation, Security and resilience
    Summary

    New regulations come into force on 1 February 2012 and set out the requirements which need to be followed by air carriers wishing to bring cargo or mail into the European Union from a third country. The following letter was addressed to all airlines operating into the EU and allocated to the UK via the EU Emissions Trading System and explains the action which needs to be undertaken by affected carriers no later than 18th January 2012.
    Download this letter


    bron : http://www.dft.gov.uk/publications/r...of-commitments

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    New EC Regulation 859/2011 on Cargo Security

    New EC Regulation 859/2011 on Cargo Security

    September 9, 2011

    The new EU rules EC 859/2011 regarding security measures on cargo coming from non-EU countries has now been published in the Official Journal and will apply as of 1 February 2012 (attached is the public part of the regulation, the restricted part is sent only to Member States).

    This amends the EC 185/2010 laying down detailed measures for the implementation of the common basic standards on aviation security in respect of air cargo and mail (also attached for your reference).

    The main elements of these new rules are the following:
    Read the complete thread here : http://www.bdpinternational.com/news...argo-security/

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