SECURE RAMP ACCESS
As of November 14th, 2019, the airport has implemented TSA-required secure badging and access requirements for all individuals desiring access to any area within the airport fence, hereafter referred to as the Airport Operations Area (AOA). As a Part 139 certificated air carrier airport, Robinson Aviation must ensure compliance with the following requirements.
Access to the general aviation areas is granted only to badged airport employees, tenants, and pilots displaying a current Tweed-issued security badge.
Pilots who display a NATA-compliant security badge may access the portion of the AOA on and in which their aircraft is currently receiving services from the Fixed Base Operator only.
Access to the general aviation areas by any other individuals not duly badged must be accompanied by a pilot displaying a NATA-compliant security badge or be under the direct escort of a badged Robinson Aviation employee.
Robinson Aviation staff will check the identification of all individuals requesting ramp access, and perform challenges to all persons on the AOA who are not properly displaying identification. Any individual who fails to display a proper badge issued by the Tweed-New Haven Airport or other NATA-complaint security identification shall be asked to exit the AOA and be reported to Airport Operations. See the front desk if you require access to the ramp.
If you are a hangar or tiedown tenant, stop by the front desk to pick up an airport badging application. Robinson Aviation is unable to provide escorts to such persons and access will be denied without an airport badge.