SECURITY PASS CONTROL OFFICE
The Security Pass Control office is located on the Second Floor of the Terminal Building in the Airport Administration office.
Appointments are not required and the office is open Tuesday through Thursday from 9:30 to 11:30 and from 1:30 to 4:00
To obtain a Restricted Area Identification Card you must first apply for a Transportation Security Clearance
Step One – Applying for a Transportation Security Clearance
Complete the Transportation Security Clearance Application – Link to Transport Canada Website
- This form must be completed online. Follow the instructions for completing the application, submit and then print the form.
- Employer/Sponsor must complete and sign Part A of the form
- Drop the application off at the Security Pass Control Office drop box. A valid email must be provided on the application.
- The application will be reviewed within 2 business days and an email indicating the required identification documents to complete the application.
- Attend the Security Pass Control office with required identification to complete the application process.
- Temporary Escort pass will be issued if required
- Fingerprints and photograph will be taken to complete the application process
Approval for a Transportation Security Clearance is completed by Transport Canada - be prepared for a 1 to 6 month wait. When approved, an email notification to both the applicant and Employer/Sponsor will be sent from the Security Pass Control Office.
Step Two – Obtaining a Restricted Area Identification Card
Print a copy of the Application for RAIC
- Applicant must complete Part 1
- Employer/Sponsor must complete and sign Part 2. Please note if there is more than one employer/sponsor the second employer must sign the form as well
- Bring the completed application form along with valid photo ID and current RAIC or Yellow Escort card (where applicable) to the Security Pass Control Office during drop in hours to have a RAIC produced and activated.
Airside Vehicle Operator’s Permit (A.V.O.P.) - The operation of vehicles on the airside of an airport is controlled by the Airport Operator. An A.V.O.P. is issued at the discretion of the Regional Airport Manager.
- Prepare for the written tests by reviewing the Study Guide and the Local Airport Traffic Directives.
- Print the Application for AVOP and complete Part 1 – New AVOP Application form
- Employer/Sponsor must complete and sign Part 2 – must include a justified need and right to operate a vehicle airside
- Bring the completed application form along with a valid Canadian Driver’s license (if testing for a “D” a Radio Operator Certificate is required) to the Security Pass Control Office during hours of operation.
- Driving exam will be arranged with the Airport Fire Department upon successful completion of the written tests.
If you have any questions about these processes please contact the Airport Security Administrator by email at:
Security Pass Control Office