19 CFR § 122.83 - Forms required.
(a) Traveling general declaration and manifest. When applying for examination and release from an airport or place of entry in the U.S., the aircraft commander or agent shall file a traveling general declaration and manifest. The traveling general declaration and manifest is one certified copy of the original inward general declaration, and each air cargo manifest required when the aircraft entered. This includes air waybills that were part of the manifest.
(b) Attachments to traveling general declaration and manifest -
(1) Crew purchase and stores list. The crew purchase and stores list, if required when the aircraft enters under §§ 122.46 and 122.47, shall be attached to the traveling general declaration and manifest.
(2) Crew purchases not listed on a crew purchase list. A crew member's declaration shall be attached to the traveling general declaration and manifest if:
(c) Abstract general declaration and manifest. The abstract general declaration and manifest shall consist of one copy of the general declaration, and one copy of each manifest (including air waybills) covering residue cargo:
(1) Not yet examined and released by Customs or any other Federal agency; and
(2) To be discharged at another domestic or foreign airport.
(d) Permit to proceed. A permit to proceed from one domestic airport to another shall be filed by the aircraft commander or agent with the Customs officer in charge at the clearance airport. The permit to proceed shall include a declaration by the aircraft commander or agent, which shall be signed on entry at the next domestic airport. The permit to proceed and declaration shall state substantially the following:
Permission is hereby given aircraft _____ to proceed to _____
The aircraft which has arrived from and is destined to the places shown in the general declaration, is proceeding to such places of destination to discharge residue cargo, passengers, or crew members and their purchases, as listed in the attached manifest. Bond was given at the airport of arrival for the cargo retained on board. Items of cargo manifested for delivery at this airport appear to have been landed.
Number of crew members not cleared by Customs ____.
Number of passengers not cleared by Customs ____.
Number of pages of the traveling
I, _____, commander or authorized agent of the aircraft identified in this document, declare and guarantee that there were not, when such aircraft departed from the airport of ____, nor have been since, nor now are, any more or other goods, wares, or merchandise on board than was stated in the attached manifests.
(1) The abstract general declaration;
(2) The traveling general declaration when an abstract general declaration is not required; or
(3) A separate sheet of paper.
(e) Permit to proceed for nonscheduled aircraft. For each permit to proceed issued to a nonscheduled aircraft carrying residue cargo the transit air cargo manifest procedures shall be followed. When the aircraft arrives at the final port, the aircraft commander shall deliver the permit to proceed to Customs.
(f) Use of form. When all of the documents required by this section are in order, the permit to proceed shall be dated and signed by the Customs officer in charge at the clearance airport. One copy of the permit to proceed shall be delivered to the aircraft commander or agent with the other required documents, for filing at the next international airport.