Due to increased security requirements, from Octoberr 2022 the Airside Access Door within the clubroom will be controlled using Ports of Jersey Access Identification Cards (AICs). Jersey Aero Club will sponsor club members with a valid reason for airside access for their AIC application. Existing club membership cards will still be needed to access the club and flying room out of hours with the AIC being used to exit through the airside door.
|Existing club photo ID cards that were issues in the last couple of years will work, but to meet airport security requirements, only those members with a valid reason to go airside can get a Ports of Jersey AIC for airside access and have their passes enabled for out of hours access to the flying room.||Sample card|
Ordinary members (previously known as Full members) and Flying Members can get airside access enabled at no additional cost, but to help fund the new systems that have needed to be installed, Retired and Life members will have a one-off charge of £30 to enable this access (and provide a card if required). Overseas members wishing to have airside access will be required to upgrade to an Ordinary membership and set up an account with Jersey Airport for payment of landing fees.
Please note that as part of accepting the terms and conditions of being approved for airside access by the club you are confirming you will follow the airside access safety requirements that Ports of Jersey have adopted – see Airside Safety Requirements
Replacement membership cards can be provided for £30, the pricing for Ports of Jersey Airside Identity Cards (ID Cards) can be seen at https://www.jerseyairport.com/doing-business-with-us/security-pass-applications/
The process for members to follow for the issue of a POJL AIC sponsored by JAC can be seen at https://www.jerseyaeroclub.com/aic-application/