3728 AIH NAVIGATIQX-GUEAT BRITAIN. aircraft is registered, must be provided with all the documents, and in particular with the certificates and licenses, prescribed by the regu- lations in force in those territories. (':;pc~en%~~d p~;" (iv) The other members of the crew must c~.trry documents showing sengers, etc. their duties in the aircraft, their profession, identity and nationality. .hue, p. 3726. (v) The crews and passengers of British aircraft entering or leav- ing any of the territories to which tlus Note applies must be pro- vided with the documents required by the regulations concerning international traffic in force in that territory, a list of wluch docu- ments will be communicated under paragraph 5 of this Note. Register, manifest. (vi) Such aircraft carrying passengers or goods must also be pro- et.c. vided with a list of the passengers' names, and a manifest of the goods showing their nature and quantity. Recognition of clcsi~. (vii) The certificate of airworthiness, certificates of competency, nated certificates. and licenses issued or rendered valid in respect of a British aircraft or its crew by the competent British authorities will be recognized as having the same validity in the territories to which this Note applies as the corresponding documents issued or rendered valid by the competent authorities of those territories j provided that recogni- tion may be refused as regards certificates of competency and licenses issued or rendered valid in flLyor of citizens of the United States or other persons owing allegiance thereto. Radio to be hcensed. 11. (i) British aircraft ma.y, in or over the territories to which tills Note applies, carry wireless apparatus only if a license to install and work such apparatus (which license must be carried in the aircraft) has been issued by the competent authorities of the territories in which the aircraft is registered. The use of such apparntus in the territories to which this Note applies must be in accordance with the regulations on the subject issued by the competent authorities of those territories. Use limited to licen· see. Radio equipment 01.· ligatory. (ii) Such apparatus may only be used by those members of thE crew who are provided with a special license for the purpose, issued by the competent authorities of the territories in which the aircraft is registered. (iii) For reasons of safety the competent authorities of the terri- tories to which this Note applies may issue regulations relathTe t<J the obligatory equipment of aircraft with wireless apparatus when in or oyer those territories. ~rans)lorti~Kwarma. 12. No arms of war explosives of war or munitions of war may tenals UY U1rcraft reo • .' stricted. be c.nrned by BrItish aircraft in or above any of the territories t<J which this N ot-e applies, or by the crew or passengers, except by per- mission of the competent authorities of the territories concerned. RightoCsearch. 13. It will be open to the competent authorities of the territories to which this Note applies to seareh British aircmft on landing or departure and to examine the certificates and other documents pre- scribed in the preceding paragraphs. Landings, etc. 14. (i) British aircraft entering or leaving any territory to which this Note applies may only land at or depart from aerodromes open to public air traffic and classed as customs aerodromes at which facilities exist for the enforcement of custor,1s, passport, quarantine
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