Darwin International Airport is committed to providing a safe and secure environment for all persons. We want your business trip or family holiday to be a hassle-free and an enjoyable experience. Security policies and procedures change frequently these days, so please take some time to view the links provided.
Travel safe. TravelSECURE. http://travelsecure.infrastructure.gov.au
The Australian Government has developed a new traveller-friendly website, TravelSECURE, to help you to navigate the security checks at the airport quickly and easily, and to ensure you are adequately prepared for your trip.
TravelSECURE is an easy-to-use resource that consolidates traveller and transport security information, videos and fact sheets in one easy-to-find place.
The site includes information about prohibited items, passenger and baggage screening, and liquids, aerosols and gels (LAGs) restrictions. Travellers will also find recommendations about travelling with children, laptops, medicines and sports equipment.
Click here to visit the Australian Government's travel advisory and consular assistance service.
Information for persons working, or intending to work, at Darwin International Airport.
Aviation Security Identification Card (ASIC)
ASICs are issued to those who have an operational requirement to access the Security Restricted Area or other security controlled areas of Darwin International Airport.
Darwin International Airport is an issuing body under the Aviation Transport Security Regulations 2005.
All applicants that require an ASIC must complete the ASIC application form in full and submit with the appropriate documentation to the Terminal Control Centre. For further information or clarification please contact the Terminal Control Centre.
All ASIC holders (unless exempted) must undergo the Airport Security and Safety Induction prior to collecting their ASIC card. Bookings can be made by contacting the Terminal Control Centre on the number below.
Visitor Identification Card (VIC)
VICs can be obtained from the Terminal Control Centre for those who have a lawful and work-related reason for requiring one. VICs must be displayed at all times and the holder must be accompanied by a person wearing a valid ASIC.
Photographic ID, for example a driving licence, must be produced to confirm identity in order to receive a VIC. VICs must be returned to Darwin International Airport Terminal Control Centre on the day of expiry or if there is no longer an operational requirement to hold the VIC. Failure to return a VIC is in breach of the Aviation Transport Security Regulations 2005 and may incur a penalty or refusal of a future VIC.
Terminal Control Centre
The Terminal Control Centre (contact number (08) 8920 1805) is located adjacent Gate 6 on the ground floor, and is open between 8.00 am and 1.00 pm Monday to Friday (closed weekends and public holidays).