- Security Badges (known as SIDA badges) are administered and managed by the Airport Security Coordinator through the Jetport Operations Center (Ops Center).
- The Ops Center is located on the second floor, by the Gate Concourse Exit and is staffed 24/7/365.
- Employees seeking security badges must complete the SIDA badge application and obtain the employer’s designee’s signature.
- Applicants must then submit to a digital electronic fingerprint-based Criminal History Records Check (CHRC). Appointments for fingerprint collection may be made by contacting the Ops Center.
- After CHRC clearance (which may take 5-7 business days), applicants must pass SIDA Interactive Employee Training in order to receive a SIDA badge. This training is available 24/7 at the Ops Center.
- All new applicants must attend a classroom training session prior to new badge issuance. Once applicants have been notified that they have cleared their background check, they may register for classroom security training.
- Badge applications are void after 30 business days from date of fingerprint collection.
- SIDA badges are valid for one year and must be returned to the Ops Center upon expiration, transfer, termination or when the badge holder no longer requires access.
To learn more, visit our Airfield Driver Training page.
- Employee parking areas are managed by Standard Parking Corporation.
- New employees must report to Standard Parking’s administrative office (located at the vehicle exit plaza) during normal business hours to request an Employee Parking Pass.
- The employee must show proof of employment, complete a Customer Info Sheet and pay a $30 deposit that is refundable upon return of the pass.
- The Pass is valid for the duration of employment and must be returned to Standard Parking upon transfer, termination, or when the employee no longer requires access.
Contact Site Manager Dale Hersom for more information on employee parking.
- Vehicle Identification Media are used for ground vehicles operating on the airfield including tugs, fuel trucks, belt loaders, maintenance vehicles, and Air Rescue vehicles.
- Companies with operational need for vehicles on the airfield must report to the Ops Center to request a Permanent Ramp Pass.
- The Ramp Pass is valid until the vehicle is out of service or no longer needed on the ramp.