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3501 N Lakewood Blvd, Long Beach CA 90808

Long Beach Security Badge Info

Renters and New Students (The security badge is not required for your demo flight):

Long Beach Airport requires a security badge for all persons entering the airport ramp (where the aircraft are stored.) We also require all student pilots and pilots to have a badge to enter our facility as it operates the doors here at Aces High Aviation.

Pilots and students may still fly here at Aces High Aviation without a badge while badges are being processed.


Step 1 – Get an application form from us in the office, fill it out, then have a member of management confirm and sign the form. You will also be required to fill out an Aces High Aviation form to confirm you understand the rules related to the badge. A small fee will be charged for use of this badge. You have 14 days to hand in your form from date of signature.

Step 2 – Take 2 forms of government-issued photo IDs with you to the badging office located in the Long Beach Terminal along with the forms completed in step 1.

4100 E. Donald Douglas Dr., Second Floor (North wing)
Long Beach, CA 90808

Long Beach Terminal hours vary. You can find out when they are available by checking here.

Step 3 – Aces High Aviation will inform you when your badge is ready for collection (roughly 1 week).

Step 4 – Once your badge is ready for collection, return to the badging office with your same 2 forms of government-issued photo IDs. You are then required to complete a short test to receive your badge.

Step 5 – In order to be granted access to Aces High Aviation, you must text a picture of your badge to the office at 562-726-3719. It will then be added to the computer system that controls the doors.

Important: Upon expiration of badge or finishing all related activity with Aces High Aviation, you must return the badge to the badging office. Failure to do so will result in a fine of $200.00 or more.

The pilot must wear his/her AOA badge at all times when on airport property.

Failure to do so will result in huge fines by Long Beach Airport and/or Aces High Aviation.