When arriving at the airport you must sign-in and be inducted on to the site. It is Airport policy that all contractors need to wear high visibility clothing while on site.
WHS Contractor Register
Any contractors performing work at the Airport must be assessed, registered and recorded on the WHS Contractor Register prior to commencement of works.
Contractors must also have all insurances and licenses up to date to maintain compliance.
To be placed on the WHS Contractor Register contact us to receive a copy of the Contractor Safety Compliance Package.
Albury Airport Conditions of Use
Contractors must adhere to the following rules and conditons of use when working at Albury Airports.
Visitor Identification Card
A Visitor Identification Card (VIC) is a temporary pass which allows access into a secure area of the airport for operational reasons/lawful purposes and must be supervised by a holder of an ASIC card at all times.
If you are not frequent visitor to the airportdo not hold a valid Aviation Security Identification Card (ASIC) and do not hold a valid Aviation Security Identification Card (ASIC) you must register for a VIC. By completing this registration, you agree to the terms and conditions of use. Please note that completion of registration does not guarantee the issuing of a VIC.
Please note, you are required to access the below link in Google Chrome browser.
Fees apply, please see our fees and charges.
Aviation Security Identification Card (ASIC)
When working at the airport, you will most likely require an Aviation Security Identification Card (ASIC), in order to access the areas of the airport required to carry out your role. ASIC applications need to be completed by you and the authorised signatory from your employer.
What is an ASIC?
All people working at the Airport who require unescorted access to security sensitive areas must have an ASIC. This is a requirement of Australian aviation legislation. The ASIC scheme is a layer of security that ensures that only people who have been background checked to a certain level are permitted to be in the secure areas of airports without supervision.
All identification cards and access control permissions are subject to the terms and conditions of issue and use under which they are issued. Failure to provide detailed and accurate information may result in your approval for an ASIC being denied.
Annual Landing Permit
What does the Annual Landing Permit cover?
The ALP covers the cost of all landing charges for the nominated aircraft from the Permit Commencement Date to the Permit Expiry Date (this date being the following 30 June). An ALP is issued for a financial year or part thereof and are valid for a maximum period of 12 months.
An Annual Landing Permit is only available to locally based operators with aircraft hangered at Albury Airport. Evidence to be submitted as part of application.
An application/renewal form must be completed for each aircraft that will be registered to operate under an annual permit
Application/renewal will not be processed if forms are incomplete
Annual permits are non-refundable
All operations must be compliance with the Albury Airport Conditions of Use
Annual permits cannot be backdated, the start date of an annual permit is determined by AlburyCity
Pro Rata charges are determined by AlburyCity
Applying for an Annual Landing Permit
To apply for an ALP to commence from 1 July, please complete the application form and submit no later than 24 June using the details on the form. Please return the application and evidence of being locally based operators to Albury Airport – firstname.lastname@example.org.
New charges and fees for the following financial year will be available on our website from approximately late June each year. Adjustments will be made in accordance with the fees and charges for the following financial year. Annual Landing Permits issued after 1 July for less than 12 months, will be calculated on a pro-rata basis for part of a year and will only take effect from the date of approval of application and conclude 30 June the following year.
Application for Annual Landing Permit for locally based operators
Allows the registered operator of a nominated aircraft to operate from Albury Airport. Aircraft usage may fall under the following categories: recreation, training, aerial surveys, maintenance, closed charters, and commercial operations (excludes RPT).
Please contact Albury Airport for information relating to Freight aircraft.
No person is authorised to drive a vehicle airside at Albury Airport unless they have a current Authority to Drive Airside (ADA), are the holder of a valid Aviation Security Identification Card (ASIC), or have applied for and been granted a Visitor Identification Card (VIC).
Permission to drive a vehicle airside without an ADA will only be granted if the vehicle is under supervision (escort) of a compliant vehicle and approved person.
Please apply here for an ADA
How to lodge your application:
Send your application form and completed theory test (if applicable):
Phone (02) 6023 8111 0455 838 680 or 0418 691 776
Recourse and application
Or contact us to arrange a vehicle escort.