COMPLIANCE AND SAFETY
Aviation Security Identification Card (ASIC)
An Aviation Security Identification Card, known as an ASIC, is an identification card which is used to identify a person who has been the subject of a background check. An ASIC is required to obtain unescorted access to the secure areas of security controlled airports that have Regular Public Transport services. ASIC’s are valid for up to two years.
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. The ASIC scheme aims to reduce the risk of unlawful interference with aviation, not just terrorism.
Click here to download an ASIC form for Longreach Airport.
As a result of recent legislation changes, AusCheck has revised the previous AusCheck Privacy Notice for ASIC and MSIC applicants.
Click here for the updated privacy notice.
Drones, Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) or Remotely Piloted Aircraft (RPA) laws vary depending on whether you are flying for fun (recreationally) or commercially. For information on the laws and regulations surrounding drone operation, please visit the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) website by clicking here.
More information on new drone apps for commercial and recreational flyers is available here.