Airport Security Procedures
Valid Identification is required for ramp access. Transient (non-based) pilots must register their aircraft upon arrival with a Fixed Base Operator (FBO) and notify that same FBO at departure. (FBOs will maintain an accurate list of all aircraft at this airport and immediately report any that are missing. Obtain the name and local contact information for the pilot or individual responsible for the aircraft and ensure that same individual returns and is responsible for the aircraft’s departure.)
Flight crew must identify all passengers and baggage prior to boarding aircraft as a group. Baggage must not be left unattended. Pilots (or another responsible individual) must escort passengers or visitors at all times.
Notify airport management & fixed-base operators if an aircraft based at this airport will be departing for extended periods of time.
Personnel authorized access through drive-through gates are responsible for anyone entering the ramp while the gate is open. Stop inside the gate and wait for it to close behind you before proceeding. Do not allow other vehicles to pass through with you.
Vehicles should be parked in designated parking lots or inside locked hangars. Do not leave personal vehicles unattended on the ramp.
Immediately report suspicious activities to any or all of the following: