Finavia has a mobile telephone subscription-based access control system for general aviators, which facilitates and controls general aviator access to Finavia airports.
The system is operated via mobile telephones and is available at the airports in: Enontekiö, Ivalo, Joensuu, Jyväskylä, Kajaani, Kemi-Tornio, Kittilä, Kokkola-Pietarsaari, Kuopio, Kuusamo, Maarianhamina, Oulu, Pori, Rovaniemi, Savonlinna, Tampere-Pirkkala, Turku and Vaasa.
General aviators must apply for access rights to the doors/gates meant for them. The general aviators are registered in the system once the rights have been granted. After the registration, general aviators can open the door/gate by using their personal, registered mobile telephone to call the number specified on the door/gate. No one will answer: instead, the door/gate will open if the mobile telephone is registered in the system and has access rights to the door/gate. With the same application, general aviators can apply for access to all general aviator doors of Finavia airports that use the system. Calls and registration are free of charge.
The electronic form is also used for access right applications by the authorities (when necessary) and by general aviators who are not club members.
The applicable EU regulation 173/2012 dictates that access rights to the airport area may only be granted to persons when well justified, and that access to the airport area shall be monitored and the airport operator shall maintain a list of those who have been granted access rights to the airport area.
Justified reasons for registration:
Use the Web form to apply for access rights. Registration is subject to signing a separate consent form. By signing the consent, the undersigned is committed to abiding by the system’s terms and conditions. Print out the consent form, sign it, scan it and attach it to your access right application. Name the consent file as “lastname_firstname_consent.pdf”.
In the case of misuse, Finavia is entitled to cancel the access rights.
Access rights are valid for five years at a time.