Notice

Transporting liquefied petroleum gas cylinders for hot air balloons or airships

Adds a technical code about constructing and transporting liquefied petroleum gas cylinders for hot air balloons or airships (exception notice 24) to regulations.

This publication was withdrawn on

This notice has been withdrawn by exception notice 33.

Documents

Notice number 24 (revision 1)

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Details

This exception notice recognises a technical code about the construction and transportation of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) cylinders designed for and used in hot air balloons or hot air airships

It came into effect on 11 July 2015 and remains valid until 31 December 2016 unless otherwise revoked.

The Department for Transport can issue exception notices to the dangerous goods regulations, which include the recognition of certain standards.

Published 8 June 2015