Airport Access ID Badging Information
The Airport Operations and Security office issues Airport Access ID Badges for individuals requiring “regular and routine” access to the Airport Operations Area (AOA), Security Identification Display Area (SIDA), and restricted areas of the airport. Their office is located in the passenger terminal, across from Hertz Car Rentals.
New Badge Applicants
In accordance with the Airport Security Plan and TSA regulations, all individuals who require “regular and routine” access to the Airport Operations Area (AOA) must apply for and obtain an Airport ID Badge. The information provided in the application is submitted to the Transportation Security Clearinghouse (TSC). TSC completes a Security Threat Assessment and makes a determination on the applicant’s eligibility for a badge. In addition, all Airport ID Badge applicants must read the Airport Security and Vehicle Operator Training Manual and complete the Non-Movement Area Vehicle Operator Exam and the Basic Airport Security Exam.
Airport ID Badges expire at least every two years. Please check the expiration date on the face of your badge. If your badge will expire within the next 60 days, you must call the Airport Operations and Security Office to make an appointment to renew. It is important to note that if your badge is expired, your access is automatically deactivated and you may have to re-apply for a new badge.
Prior to your appointment, print and complete the Airport ID Badge Renewal/Replacement form. If you are an employee of an airport business or a club member, you must have the form signed by the company Authorized Signatory.
Lost, Stolen, or Broken Airport ID Badges
If your badge has been lost, stolen, or broken, the Airport ID/Badge Renewal/Replacement form will need to be filled out prior to a new ID badge being issued. If you are an employee of an airport business or a club member, you must have the form signed by the company Authorized Signatory.
All Airport ID Badges remain the property of Pangborn Memorial Airport and must be returned to the airport when no longer needed. Individuals who no longer require “regular and routine” access to the Airport Operations Area (AOA), Security Identification Display Area (SIDA), and restricted areas of the airport must return their Airport ID Badge to the Airport Operations and Security Office. All returned badges should be accompanied by an Airport ID Badge Cancellation form. Failure to promptly return an Airport ID Badge may result in penalties or additional fees.
If you have any questions, please call 509.884.2494 and ask for the Airport Operations and Security Office.