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Submission of General Aviation Reports (GAR) for non-scheduled flights arriving and departing the Isle of Man 18 October 2011

The Isle of Man Customs and Excise Division, Isle of Man Constabulary and the Isle of Man Passports and Immigration Office advise of changes to the submission of General Aviation Reports (GAR) for non-scheduled flights arriving and departing the Isle of Man.

As of the 18 October 2011 all GAR declarations are to be faxed to 01624 648183 or emailed to iomflightgar@gov.im

Copies of these submissions will be forwarded to the Isle of Man agencies named above, it is no longer necessary to separately send copies of forms to each agency.

A revised form GAR (MAN) is available from Customs and Excise website.

Completion and submission instructions are also now available on the website.

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