Suppose that you have a last minute private non-revenue trip from KEWR to EGSS. You have made all the arrangements for your flight including ground handling, hotel, and transportation arrangements. On the day of departure your passenger informs you that she would like to bring her dog with her to EGSS. You are an approved carrier and know that you can bring a dog into EGSS as this airport is authorized to accept pets.
NORMAL HOURS 24 HOURS
NOISE RESTRICTIONS 2330-0600 LOCAL.
ALL GENERAL AVIATION AIRCRAFT MUST HAVE A DESIGNATED HANDLING AGENT.
HANGAR SPACE CAN BE ARRANGED SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY.
STANSTED IS ABLE TO ACCEPT DOGS AND CATS ON THE PET PASSPORT PROGRAM ON AIRCRAFT THAT ARE APPROVED CARRIERS.
INSECT CONTROL PROCEDURES ARE IN PLACE FOR ACFT ARRIVING AT STANSTED/EGSS. REQUIREMENTS APPLY TO ALL ACFT ORIGINATING FROM OR LANDING ENROUTE IN A MALARIA AFFECTED AREA. BEFORE LEAVING THE LAST AIRPORT ENROUTE WHICH IS SITUATED IN A MALARIA AFFECTED AREA, ACFT MUST HAVE BEEN SUBJECTED TO A FORM OF DISINSECTION.
SLOTS ARE REQUIRED FOR ALL OPERATIONS AT THIS AIRPORT. PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT REQUESTING AND BOOKING HANDLING AND SLOTS AT SEVERAL AIRPORTS WITH THE SAME SCHEDULE IS NOT ALLOWED. THIS IS BEING MONITORED BY THE ACL, THE SLOT COORDINATION TEAM, WHO UPON SPOTTING MULTIPLE BOOKINGS ARE CANCELLING ALL SLOTS HELD AT ALL AIRPORTS. SLOTS WILL THEN HAVE TO BE REOBTAINED.
EGSS IS NOW APPROVED TO ACCEPT PROPERLY DOCUMENTED PETS. ALL ANIMALS MUST POSSESS PET PASSPORTS, ANIMALS MUST BE MICRO-CHIPPED, AND ALL VETERINARIAN RECORDS NEED TO BE PROVIDED AND UP-TO-DATE. IF A RABIES SHOT IS REQUIRED, IT MUST BE ADMINISTERED AT LEAST 21 DAYS PRIOR TO TRAVEL. DOGS MUST BE TREATED FOR TAPEWORM BETWEEN ONE AND FIVE DAYS PRIOR TO TRAVEL AND HAVE DOCUMENTATION TO CONFIRM THAT. WITHOUT PROPER DOCUMENTATION THE ANIMAL WILL BE QUARANTINED. PRIOR TO THE DAY OF OPERATION, AND PREFERABLY 48 HOURS PRIOR TO ARRIVAL ARRANGEMENTS NEED TO BE MADE WITH YOUR GROUND HANDLER.
Based on the above information, which option below is correct? Answer below and come back next Friday to see if you got the answer right!
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