This section contains information for the transport industry, including carriers, hauliers and others who operate international transport services to the UK. It includes information on how carriers and hauliers can meet their legal obligations, the fines they face if they do not, and how we can help them to do so through co-operative working and the schemes that we operate.
The information for carriers is of particular interest to the owners, agents and operators of ships and aircraft who run international services to the UK.
Find out whatcarriers and ports must do to provide advance electronic information about passengers and crew under our e-Borders programme.
Details of the charges that carriers face if they carry passengers without the proper travel documents to theUK, and the help we can provide (including our Approved Gate Check status programme).
Informationfor drivers and haulage companies to help them protect their vehicles, so that people cannot use them to enter theUK without going through immigration controls.
How operators and pilots of general aviation aircraft must notify us, using a General Aviation Report form, before they fly to or from the UK.
Information about the security requirements that airports must meet if they operate common departure lounges.