Originally Posted by Tesla
The company ask for a document beyond the law requires. Moreover, one of the shooters had a certificate from AA about the power below of 12ft/lb and he owns the rifle with the serial number. So no discussion at all in this point, at least with one of them.
When you book the ticket flight , you put the intention to fly with competition "firearms" , so you advise them and you pay for it!. No discussion at all.
I think these are excuses to defend something undefendible, their decission.
Kaixo Jesus, zer moduz?
You are correct, but I think Easyjet are now trying to justify their actions.
We have to be careful of pushing them too much, or else they will just say "OK, no airguns, full stop".
If they say the requirements are that we must show a letter proving the guns belong to us, and we must notify them in advance of our intention to fly with an airgun, then I think we will all settle for this. As long as the procedure is clear, and they adhere to their own procedure, then the requirements are not too bad.