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What routes would be covered by a UK ETS?


 
UK ETS would impose surrendering obligations on the following routes:
 
1. UK domestic flights
2. Flights departing from the UK to aerodromes within EEA states.
3. Flights between the UK and Gibraltar.
4. Flights departing the UK to territories of EEA member states, these would be included in the scope of UK ETS. These include Ceuta and Melilla (Spain), the Åland Islands (Finland) and Jan Mayen (Norway).
5. Also, flights to offshore installations will be included in a UK ETS.

Exemptions:

The UK ETS will not cover/ require the reporting of flights to or from the three crown dependencies of the Isle of Man and the Bailiwicks of Jersey and Guernsey. On the same note, it would also not cover the flights to or from the nine EU outermost regions. Back to all F.A.Q.