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Individuals working within Secured and Sterile Areas of the Terminal, are required to obtain an Airport Identification badge. Individuals that are; hangar owners, tenants, employees, conducting business, or based within the general aviation and/or Airport Operations Area must obtain Airport Identification badge.

Transient pilots with an FAA Pilot Certificate at the Airport three weeks or less are not required to obtain an Airport Identification badge, but must apply security protocols.

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For general aviation AOA ID, initial and renewing applicants, click the following underlined link AOA ID Application.

For terminal Secured and Sterile Area ID, initial and renewing applicants, click the following underlined link SIDA Application


To schedule an ID appointment email or call 541-504-3088.

  • First   Schedule a Processing Appointment
    • Your completed application will be reviewed and accepted, photo taken, I-9 ID documents reviewed, fingerprinting and payment collected as applicable
  • Next   Airport ID Training & ID issuance
    • AOA ID - approximately 60 minutes
    • Secured and Sterile Area ID - approximately two hours
    • Classes are scheduled and generally conducted once per week

Park in the pay parking lot, bring paid parking ticket in for validation. Do not park in Vendor/Cargo Parking lot or at the Terminal curb. Check-in with Airport Badging & Security office when arriving for an appointment.

To report a lost, stolen or found Airport ID badge please call 541-504-3083.

To report a security emergency at the Airport call 911 for emergency response or call 541-693-6911 ext. 5 for a non-emergency response.

To contact the Airport Security Office call 541-504-3081 (business hours).

For lost and found call 541-504-3499 (business hours).

For TSA call 541-923-1659 (passenger screening hours).


RDM does not accept any responsibility or liability for delays to its services as a result of circumstances beyond its control including (but not limited to) traffic congestion, road accidents, flight delays, security alerts, and severe weather conditions.


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