- Firearms and Ammunition
- Passengers should consult an airline in case of doubt.
- Airlines shall not knowingly permit passengers to retain custody of ammunition, firearms and other weapons in the passenger cabin
- Ammunition, firearms and other weapons shall only be accepted for carriage as checked baggage. Such firearms shall be unloaded, i.e. free of ammunition, and suitably packed for such carriage.
- All ammunition shall be carried in the aircraft hold as checked baggage only and with approval of the carrier(s) participating in the transportation as follows: small arms ammunition for sporting purposes (in division 1.4 s) in quantities not exceeding 5 kgs (11 lbs) gross mass per passenger, securely boxed for personal use, excluding those with explosive or incendiary projectiles, both of which are totally prohibited for carriage by air 1.
- (Except U.K. or British Territories Overseas) Notwithstanding paragraphs 1, 2 and 3, an authorised person performing a duty on board an aircraft such as a law enforcement officer or diplomatic courier, may be permitted to retain custody of his firearm and ammunition upon duly identifying himself to airlines' personnel at time of check-in
- The above is subject to any further restrictive conditions applicable in countries of departure, transit or destination.
- French Monetary Area
- The French monetary area comprises: Benin*, Burkina Faso*, Cameroon*, Central African, Republic*, Chad*, Comores (Islands)*, Congo (Brazzaville)* Cote d'Ivoire*, Equatorial Guinea*, France, French West Indies, French Austral & Antarctic Territories, French Guiana, French Polynesia, Gabon*, Mali*, Mayotte, Monaco, New Caledonia (incl. Futuna and Wallis), Niger*, Reunion Isl., Senegal*, St.Pierre and Miquelon (Is.), Togo*.
* The local currency of these countries is CFA Franc (CFA = Communaute Financiere Africaine).
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