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    Flying CCW out of Farmingdale

    I have a NY sportsman and CT out of state (full carry). Flying to CT on a small (private) plane out of Farmingdale. Can I CCW all the way or I would have to go throgh the same procedure like at major airports?

    #2
    If you are legal to carry you are legal. Concealed is concealed. Private aircraft are not subject for search during normal domestic ops.

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      #3
      Originally posted by miner View Post
      I have a NY sportsman and CT out of state (full carry). Flying to CT on a small (private) plane out of Farmingdale. Can I CCW all the way or I would have to go throgh the same procedure like at major airports?
      Ain't no thing .... Business as usual.
      There are two types of people in this world. People that think the Goverment is looking out for their best interest and people that just think !

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        #4
        Private plane is the same as a car in this respect - you're jumping in a "driving" to your destination.

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          #5
          Not sure if it's the same... airspace falls under FAA guidelines. I'd check their guidelines but I would not worry too much about it. It's the airlines that pass the laws about if you can carry on their planes or not and since it's private, should be fine. You can't carry in NY so you won't be able to "legally" carry until you are in CT however that's the only thing.... then again you can always say you are on your way to the range. There's no law that says you can't take a plane to the range and once you are in CT you have a permit there.

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            #6
            If one can't carry in a secured area of the airport (I presume their tarmac is a part of that) how do you carry to the plane?

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              #7
              Originally posted by Foosel View Post
              If one can't carry in a secured area of the airport (I presume their tarmac is a part of that) how do you carry to the plane?
              Not a commercial airport. Boarding etc is done at FBOs, you do not have the same type of rat maze you do at commercial airports

              ETA: FBO- Fixed Base Operator
              Last edited by NRATC53; 07-20-2016, 02:45 PM.
              Take a young person shooting.... Take 2 or more if you can...

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                #8
                Originally posted by miner View Post
                I have a NY sportsman and CT out of state (full carry). Flying to CT on a small (private) plane out of Farmingdale. Can I CCW all the way or I would have to go throgh the same procedure like at major airports?
                Check with your flight operator, they call the shots
                Take a young person shooting.... Take 2 or more if you can...

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by Vycor View Post
                  Not sure if it's the same... airspace falls under FAA guidelines. I'd check their guidelines but I would not worry too much about it. It's the airlines that pass the laws about if you can carry on their planes or not and since it's private, should be fine. You can't carry in NY so you won't be able to "legally" carry until you are in CT however that's the only thing.... then again you can always say you are on your way to the range. There's no law that says you can't take a plane to the range and once you are in CT you have a permit there.
                  Well ... I'm going to an upstate NY range via CT, wink, wink, nudge, nudge :-) so it's all legal.
                  Thanks guys, I think I'm playing it safe, unloaded handgun in a carry case, ammo to be purchased at Hartford's Cabelas which is fine with my CT license.

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by NRATC53 View Post

                    Not a commercial airport. Boarding etc is done at FBOs, you do not have the same type of rat maze you do at commercial airports

                    ETA: FBO- Fixed Base Operator
                    As you said ... The whole boarding process was as simple as park n ride ... literally! +++ for Farmingdale FBO.

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                      #11
                      Private aircraft do not fall under the same rules & regs as commercial airlines. Likewise TSA security rules have no bearing on private aircraft. Like one of the other posts above said - its like driving in your car.

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