Escorted Visitor passes
Escorted visitor passes are for one off or infrequent visitors (such as, but not limited to, engineering, maintenance, work experience, school parties, absence cover or training visits). Escorted visitor passes are available 24/7 from the security lodge.
The escorted visitor pass allows the holder a maximum of 14 days at the airport in a calendar year. A maximum of 7 days can be taken consecutively before a break of 3 calendar days must be taken.
Anyone who uses an escorted visitor pass cannot apply for an escorted temporary or Full airside pass for the following 12 months.
All visitors who require airside access are asked to report to the security lodge upon arrival. Please ensure you bring an acceptable form of photo ID.
What is an acceptable identity document?
The approved documents with photographic identity are:
For British nationals: A valid full passport or British photo-card driving licence.
For EU/EEA and Swiss nationals: A valid full passport or National Identity Card.
For all other nationalities: For visitors/inspectors/auditors on ad-hoc visits only a Full Passport is required.
Escorted Temporary passes
Escorted temporary passes are for those providing training or services over a number of weeks (including contractors and regional managers), seasonal employees or those waiting for a permanent airside pass. Escorted temporary passes are only issued from the ID Unit. For pass requirements and ID Unit operating hours please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Full Airside Passes
For full airside pass requirements please contact email@example.com.
Other security forms
Miscellaneous security forms including forms for employees can be downloaded by clicking on items from the list below:
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