Safety and Security

Find out everything you need to know regarding safety and security at Lanseria Interntaional Airport.

From Emergency and Medical Services, to Safety and Compliance, learn about our Security Regulations, and Incident & Hazardous Reporting.

Emergency and
Medical Services

Lanseria International Airport has world class emergency facilities on standby, 24/7, every day of the year.

24-hour Fire and Rescue Services
  • Category 7 Fire & Rescue vehicles with equipment, upgradeable to Category 8 with
  • prior notification
  • Complies with all Civil Aviation Authority (CAA)
  • and International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) Requirements
  • Emergency medical services available Various training courses on offer

Domestic & International medical and emergency flights are regularly attended to by this team.

Charters can also be arranged, if necessary.

Emergency and Medical Services
Safety and Compliance

Safety and

If you are a contractor that needs to perform any maintenance, services, renovations or building related work, the following regulations will apply:

We have documentation available that will need to be completed and submitted to our offices before any contractor may be granted permission to work at the airport. This complies with the Occupational Health and Safety Act and Civil Aviation legislation.

For enquiries contact:


Security at Lanseria International Airport

  • 24-hour Security Control Full Baggage Screening
  • Complies with all Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) and International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) Requirements
  • 24-hour Permit Office 24-hour Armed Reaction
  • Access Permits are required to enter air side. Application forms as well as terms and conditions are available from Lanseria Management.


Security Manager
Security Regulations

Security Regulations

There are 3 types of Access Permits:

Vehicle Permit

These permits are issued for company vehicles that are required on the airside of the airport. All vehicles must be registered in the applying company’s name. If the vehicle does not require registration then it must be clearly marked with the company’s logo and identification number of not less than four characters. All drivers of company vehicles must have completed the Airside Induction course or have similar qualifications.

Visitor Permit

These permits allow a person to enter the technical areas of the airport to visit or do business with a tenant and such persons must at all times be accompanied by a permitted person.

Personal Permit

These permits are issued to persons that require access to the airport. They have photos of the holders on the front, with all personal and company details indicated on the permit which must be visible at all times when at the airport.

For security permits, please contact:

Incident & Hazardous

Lanseria International Airport regards the safety of their staff and customers as extremely important and encourages the reporting of any hazardous, incidents or vehicle traffic infringements related to airside activities.

To report anything confidentially, complete the online form.

Or print out the manual pdf form.

Quality and Safety Manager
 Incident & Hazardous Reporting