Resolution Of 14 May 2015, The General Secretary Of Transport, Which Approves The Update Of The Public Portion Of The National Civil Aviation Security Programme.

Original Language Title: Resolución de 14 de mayo de 2015, de la Secretaría General de Transporte, por la que se aprueba la actualización de la parte pública del Programa Nacional de Seguridad para la Aviación Civil.

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The agreement of 5 May 2006, which approves the National Civil Aviation Security programme and is declared public the part of the national security program for Civil Aviation which directly affects passengers and one that, at the internal level was modified by agreement of Council of Ministers on July 6, 2012, , is application of the measures common of security air that does not have character of information rated of the EU.

He agreement of Council of Ministers of 6 of July of 2012 provides in its paragraph second that in compliance of the Regulation (CE) number 300 / 2008 of the Parliament European and of the Council, of 11 of March of 2008, by which is set them standards common to the security of the aviation civil and by which is repeals the Regulation (CE) number 2320 / 2002 is declared public the part of the national programme of safety for Civil Aviation which directly affects passengers and that constituting domestically, implementation of common aviation safety measures that do not have character of classified information of the EU in accordance with the provisions in the Regulation (EU) number 185/2010 of the Commission March 4, 2010, by which establish measures detailed for the application of common basic standards for aviation safety, leading to his publication in the annex.

Also, the General Secretary of transportation is authorized to publish modifications and updates to the public portion of the National Civil Aviation Security programme.

This resolution approves the modifications and updates to the public part of the national security program for Civil Aviation, which are motivated by the adoption of new provisions and aspects of practical measures that affect the security of civil aviation.

These provisions have the conformity of the plenary of the National Committee of safety for Civil Aviation which, at its meeting of 18 February 2015, adopted a new version of the National Civil Aviation Security programme.

Of conformity with it agreed, as annex to this resolution, is comes to the publication of the update of the part public of the program national of safety for the aviation Civil.

Madrid, 14 may 2015.-the Secretary General of transport, Carmen bookseller painted.

ANNEX (part public of the PNS) CHAPTER 1 application of the program national of security 1.0 objective and scope of the program.

1.0.1 the program objective.

The national programme of safety for Civil Aviation (PNS) 1 aims to establish the Organization, methods and procedures necessary to ensure the protection and safeguard of passengers, crews, public, land, aircraft, airports and facilities against acts of unlawful interference, on land or in the air, preserving the regularity and efficiency of national and international air traffic in the Spanish State and its airspace.

1. the national security programme includes an annex that develops various airport security instructions. Both texts, body main of the document and annex, contain rules of forced compliance.

The National Civil Aviation Security programme has been adopted in accordance with provisions of article 3.1 of the law 21/2003 of 7 July, aviation safety by agreement of the Council of Ministers of May 5, 2006.

Subsequently, the Council of Ministers on July 6, 2012 agreement, modifies the agreement of 5 May 2006, which approves the National Civil Aviation Security programme and is declared public the part of the national security program for Civil Aviation which directly affects passengers and one that, at the internal level , is application of the measures common of security air that does not have character of information rated of the EU.

For its part, the Royal Decree 550/2006, of May 5, of the Ministry of the Presidency means the competent authority responsible for the coordination and monitoring of the National Civil Aviation Security programme and determines the Organization and functioning of the national civil aviation security Committee.

The authority competent for it security in the aviation civil, in the field of their competencies, will make meet them measures in it contained, being these of forced application in it all of them airports national e facilities of navigation air, as well as in them heliports with flights commercial. Also, pertaining to air transport operators and companies are equally bound to the application of the rules contained in this document, with the responsibilities and limitations of application set out in the program.

The present National Civil Aviation Security program meets the standards and recommended practices of Annex 17 of the Convention on International Civil Aviation ICAO, as well as Regulation (EC) No. 300/08 of the European Parliament and of the Council and the regulations that develop it.

1.0.2 scope and limitations.

(For the achievement of the objectives of the program must apply is them measures and procedures in he described in: to) all them airports national e facilities of navigation air, both included as not included in enclosure airport;

(b) heliports with commercial flights;

((c) all them operators, among them them companies aerial, that provide services in the airports mentioned in the letter to);

((d) all entities that apply standards of aviation safety, which carry out their activities in premises located inside or outside the facilities of the airport and to provide goods and/or services to the airports referred to in to) or through them.

They will be outside the scope of the national programme of safety air Bases and military aerodromes that eventually receive civil traffic. They will be applied, but eventually, those measures, agreed upon between the competent authority of security of the Civil Aviation and the Ministry of defence will ensure an adequate level of protection. Similarly, State aircraft shall be outside the scope of the national security program.

Where the application of certain measures in some airports or heliports is not possible, alternative measures that ensure an adequate level of safety in accordance with provisions may be applied in by additional provisions of a restricted nature approved by the competent authority.

In any case these airports or heliports will present a security program for approval by the competent authority.

1.0.3. other Civil aviation security programs.

This National Civil Aviation Security programme establishes the general lines of compliance with basic standards in the protection of the safety of civil aviation in the Spanish State.

As indicated in article 11 of Regulation (EC) No. 300/08, the program is complemented by the adoption of appropriate procedures for the control of compliance with standards and common methods through the national program of quality Control of the safety of the aviation Civil (PNC). Also, the safety training shall ensure at all levels through a national training program for security of the aviation Civil (PNF). The development and monitoring of these programs is done under the supervision of the competent authority.

1.0.4 scope of the program national.

The scope of the programme has adapted to the fulfillment of the purposes above indicated. The structure of the streamlines application procedures and was ordered to facilitate the processes of audit and inspection of compliance, consistent with stated in Regulation (EC) No. 300/08.

1.0.5 program compliance and sanctions.

The competent authority for its part, shall ensure compliance with the standard and verify its efficiency and correct implementation through the exercise of audits in all its forms. The nature and procedures of these security assessments, are included in the national program of quality Control of the safety of the aviation Civil. Airport operators, air transport operators and in general all companies that develop their activity in the airport environment have the duty to undergo such audits and assist in its development offering the technical and human resources for its proper performance.

Failure to comply with the rules contained in this programme, may be sanctioned as set out in the air safety Act 21/2003.

1.0.6 adaptation and updating of the program.

The national security program must be subject to continuous updating and adaptation of its contents to meet the levels of threat against civil aviation targets existing in every moment, the territory and airspace of national sovereignty, both in its geopolitical environment. Also national security program will adjust its contents to the practices and procedures for risk prevention and detection of threats to civil aviation.

In this process will be taken into account both regulatory and standard-setting, updates on security of civil aviation coming dictated by agencies and international agencies, such as those of national character to be established by the competent authority in the field of civil aviation security.

1.1 definitions.




Act of unlawful interference.






Acts of, or attempts, intended to compromise the security of civil aviation including, without this list being exhaustive, the following: • unlawful seizure of aircraft;

• destruction of an aircraft in service;

• Hostage-taking aboard aircraft or aerodromes;

• intrusion by force on board an aircraft, at an airport or in the enclosure of an aeronautical facility;

• introduction on board an aircraft or in an airport weapons or artifacts (or substances) dangerous intended for criminal purposes;

• use of an aircraft in service with the purpose of cause the death, injury bodily serious or damage serious to them property or to the environment;

• communication of false information that compromise the security of an aircraft in flight, or land, or the safety of passengers, crew and staff of land and public in an airport or on the grounds of a civil aviation facility.






State aircraft.





Military aircraft, being understood that such that have as mission the national defense or are sent by a military Commissioner to the effect. These aircraft are subject to its peculiar regulation.

Non-military aircraft intended exclusively for non-commercial government services are also considered.






Accredited agent.





The airline, the agent, the freight forwarder or any other entity carrying cargo or mail security checks.






Metal detector arch.





Safety equipment that allows, after passing through it, reveal the presence of certain objects prohibited depending on several variables.






Manoeuvring area.





Part of the aerodrome to be used for the takeoff, landing and taxiing of aircraft, excluding platforms.






Movement area.





Part of the aerodrome to be used for the takeoff, landing and taxiing of aircraft, consisting of the manoeuvring area and the (s) platform (s).






Inspection/audits.





They are based on a common methodology, in order to ensure the effectiveness of the national security program «in situ». They will be carried out by qualified auditors. This concept is reserved in the Regulation (EC) 300/08, to the realization of these activities at the national level, in the terms included in the PNC.






Airport Authority.





The Airport Authority at each airport is the airport Director or delegate of Aena in the Air Bases and military aerodromes open to civilian traffic within its sphere of competence. The latter should coordinate the actions of application and implementation of the national programme of security of the Civil Aviation with the Chief of the Air Base as the only responsible for the safety of the same, which ceded in use to Aena installations are included.






Civil Aviation Safety Authority.





Authority appointed by the State responsible for the activities for the implementation of the national civil aviation security programme (Regulation (EC) No. 300/08).






Accreditation / approval.





Any of the supports (card, cardboard, self-adhesive sticker, or other document) issued to the people/vehicles that require accreditation or authorization to gain access to certain areas of the airports.






Notice of pump.





Threat connected, anonymous or not, real or fake, that suggests or indicates that the safety of an aircraft in flight or at airports, land, facilities for civil aviation, or people may be at risk because of an explosive or device.






National Committee for Civil Aviation Security.





It is the College security of civil aviation, which, among other functions, provide and shall cooperate with the competent security authority, in the exercise of their functions.






Personal background check.





Verification of identity and the previous experience of a person, including criminal history, as part of the assessment of the suitability of an individual to have free access to security restricted areas. All personal background checks should be, at least: to) establish the identity of the person on the basis of appropriate supporting documents;

((b) refer possible criminal records in all States of residence for at least 5 years previous, and c) refer to the training and professional experience, as well as possible "gaps" for at least the preceding 5 years.






Access control.





Point equipped with human and technical resources, designed to achieve that in each area only are persons and vehicles authorized for this purpose.






Provisions additional's character restricted approved by the authority competent.





Provisions laid down in accordance with a specific Decision of the European Commission whose disclosure could compromise security.






Accompanied hold baggage.





Baggage accepted for carriage in the hold of an aircraft on board which is the passenger who has checked it.






Unaccompanied hold baggage.





Baggage accepted for carriage in the hold of an aircraft on board which is the passenger who has checked it.






Secure luggage.





All baggage pending shipment that has passed the control and that is physically protected to prevent the introduction of objects.






Hand luggage.





The luggage to be transported in the cabin of an aircraft by a passenger.






Detection of trace-ETD equipment.





A technological system or a combination of different technologies capable of detecting trace, and indicate by means of an alarm, explosive materials contained in baggage, or other items subject to analysis.






X ray equipment.





Safety equipment which allows to inspect baggage, providing images of high resolution and quality of the interior, with functions to help the operator.






Installation of air navigation.





Centres, units and infrastructure through which shipping services are provided.






Air side.





The area of circulation of the airports, land and adjacent buildings or parts thereof to which access is restricted due to airport security.






Land side.





The area's airports, land and adjacent buildings or parts thereof which is not an area of operations.






National program of quality Control of security of the aviation Civil (PNC).





It is the programme on the quality control of application in all the terms of the national security program for Civil Aviation, as set out in article 11 of the Regulation No. (EC) 300/2008. It includes the concepts of supervision, identification of gaps and implementation of corrective measures to ensure and maintain the effectiveness of the programme.






National training programme on safety in Civil Aviation (PNF).





It is the program, promoted and implemented by the competent security authority, establishing training policy in this matter with special reference to the promotion of security, courses according to recipients and subject specialties, trainers, staff in relation to security requirements, as well as the processes of training audit staff.






Supplier civil de services de navigation air.





Any entity public or private that pay services of navigation air for the transit air general.






Responsible for safety.





For the purposes of the normative of security of the aviation civil, is the person responsible of keep updated the program of security of his company and of its execution.






System for detection of explosive-EDS.





System or combination of different technologies that allow detecting of form automatic, and so indicate it by means of an alarm, substances explosive contained in the luggage.






Transfer or transfer.





Them passengers, them baggage, the load or the mail in hopes of boarding in an aircraft different of that in that arrived.






Transit.





Passengers, baggage, cargo or mail waiting to board the same aircraft that arrived.






Commercial flight.





The regular flight or not regular or the activity of flights carried out pursuant to a lease and aimed at the public in general or to payment of remuneration private groups.






Controlled access zone.





They are those areas where access is controlled so that only authorized personnel access, and where it is not necessary to perform a security check.






Aviation area.






The area of circulation of the airports, land and adjacent buildings or parts thereof whose access is controlled.






Area critical for safety.





Particularly sensitive area within the restricted security zones at least, covering all areas of the passenger terminal within the security screening points and aircraft access doors.






Critical temporary security zone.





These areas include at least all them areas airport to which have access them passengers in hopes of boarding that have last the control of security and those by which can circular or in which is can save the luggage checked pending of boarding already controlled, except if is is of «luggage safe». They establish when certain conditions determined by the competent authority are met.






Area demarcated of security.





It is a defined area of restricted areas of an airport security, in which alternatives to the basic standards common security measures may be applied. Security measures determined by the competent authority will be established to ensure their separation.






Area of operations.





See side air.






Public area.





Area of an airport and the buildings in she covered to which has free access the public in general.






Restricted security zone.





Entire area of an airport which is subject to access control and security control. When this is not possible, persons and vehicles are subject to a random control to ensure safety. The area restricted of security covers at least the area airport to which have access them passengers in hopes of embark that have last control, that by which can circular or in which is can save the luggage checked pending of boarding already controlled except if is is of «luggage safe», and it area airport used for the parking of all aircraft subject to operations of load or boarding.





CHAPTER 2 safety in those airports 2.0 provisions General.

2.0.1. the competent authority, the airport manager, the airline or the responsible entity shall ensure, according to their responsibilities, the implementation of the measures provided for in this chapter.

2.0.2. for the purposes of this chapter, shall be considered parts or elements of an airport any aircraft, bus, truck or trailer cargo carrier and any other means of transport, as well as all pedestrian way, gateway of evacuation or track.

For the purposes of this chapter, «safe luggage» means all luggage inspected and is physically protected to prevent the introduction of objects.

2.0.3. the competent authority may authorize special security procedures or may grant exemptions regarding the safety and security of areas of airport operations on days where there are no scheduled over 8 departure flights, provided that only one aircraft is subject to load, unload, boarding or disembarking, well within the critical areas of restricted areas of airport security or at an airport not included under the scope application of section 2.1.3.

2.0.4. items transported by persons other than passengers are property intended for the personal use of the person carrying them.

2.0.5 references to third countries in this chapter and, where appropriate, in a specific Decision of the Commission, including to other countries and territories which, in accordance with article 355 of the functioning of the European Union Treaty, non-application title VI of that Treaty.

2.1 requirements of planning airport.

Design, configuration, or remodeling of airports, passenger and cargo terminals and other buildings that have direct access to the area of operations should take into account, among others, the following requirements: to) controls for access by staff.

(b) security controls applied to persons, baggage and baggage, freight and mail, as well as provisions and airlines restoration products.

(c) protection and access controlled to the restricted security zones.

(d) effective use of safety equipment.

The authority competent is responsible of promote it adoption of them measures necessary to them requirements relating to it architecture e infrastructure necessary for it application optimum of them measures of security of the aviation civil is integrate in the design and construction of new facilities and in them modifications to them already existing in them airports national.

2.1.1. areas of the airport.

You must create the following areas at airports: a) landside; the area's airports, land and adjacent buildings or parts thereof which is not an area of operations;

(b) side air or area of operations; the area of circulation of the airports, land and adjacent buildings or portions thereof in which the access is restricted due to airport security.

b.1) controlled-access areas;

(b.2) restricted security zones, and b.3) critical parts of security restricted areas.

2.1.2 limits.

Boundaries between different areas of the airports will be established in order to facilitate the adoption of appropriate, through security measures: to) security barriers: the restricted zones established in airport security programmes will be separated from public areas or not limited by physical barriers to appropriate, periodically subjected to inspection.

(b) access to the restricted zone of safety: the number of accesses will always be the minimum necessary to ensure the full effectiveness of the operations that.

(c) posters: posters announcing restricted security zones in the appropriate points in the terminal building, all access and the fenced perimeter will be shown.

2.1.3. security restricted areas.

((2.1.3.1 security restricted areas shall include, at least: a) the area of the airport to which passengers have access waiting on Board that have passed the security checkpoint, b) the area of the airport which can circulate or in which the pending bill of lading already inspected, checked baggage can be kept except in regards to safe luggage (,) and (c) the area of the airport used for the parking of all aircraft subject to loading or shipment.

2.1.3.2. a part of the airport security restricted area shall be deemed at least during the period that are taking place in the activities referred to in point 1 of paragraph 2.1.3.

2.1.4. critical areas of restricted security zones.

((2.1.4.1. the critical areas of security shall include, at least: a) all areas of the airport to which access waiting for boarding passengers who have passed control, and b) all areas of an airport for which they can circulate or in which you can save baggage pending shipment already controlled, unless it's safe luggage.

An area of the airport is deemed critical zone, at least during the period in which is being carried out the activities mentioned in the preceding paragraphs.

2.1.4.2. once established a restricted or critical safety zone, will be a record of security immediately before the establishment of the zone of all those parts that had been contamined immediately before the establishment of that zone, in order to make sure that you do not exist in the same prohibited items.

2.1.4.3. in those cases in which unauthorized persons had gained access to restricted or critical areas of security, shall be made as soon as possible a security log.

2.2. access control.

2.2.1 access to areas of operations.

It will be only authorized access to the areas of operations to persons or vehicles that have to access by a justified need and having the corresponding accreditation or authorization.

Guided tours of the airport escorted by authorized persons shall be deemed to have a justified need.

2.2.2 access to security restricted areas.

(a) the Airport Authority in coordination with the State security bodies and forces shall ensure that access to security restricted areas is controlled.

(b) will be checked at all times access to security restricted areas to ensure that does not enter therein any person without authorization, and they can not enter articles prohibited or restricted security zones or on aircraft, according to the procedures established in paragraph 2.3.

Transportation of firearms in winery or passenger cabin of categories of personnel authorised to access the restricted security zones carrying arms will be held in accordance with provisions in additional provisions of a restricted nature approved by the competent authority.

c) to prohibit access without authorization to the restricted security zones, control points will be installed in consistent access in: • an electronic system that restricts access to a person becoming, or • authorized caregivers supervise and carry out the appropriate access control.

(d) the authorized access to restricted areas will be limited to a:


• Passengers with boarding cards accepted for travel with an air carrier.

Children under 14 years, traveling alone, can access accompanied the departure lounge by an adult to carry a passenger the airline-issued card and whose format has been validated previously by the Local Security Committee of the airport.

• People and vehicles fitted with accreditation or authorization for access to security restricted areas.

Access previous positive identification through biometrics verification may also be authorized.

• Crews.

• Staff with powers of inspection aeronautics of aviation civil provided of the corresponding meat and order of performance.

(e) in order to avoid the improper use of accreditations and authorizations, a detection system from any attempt of use of accreditations or authorizations that are lost, stolen or not returned will be implemented. Appropriate measures shall be taken when an abuse attempt is detected.

(f) be checked background of five years of staff who develop their activity at the airport and who should have access to security restricted areas before the issuance of any accreditation that allows free access to areas restricted in accordance with attachment H.

Accreditation immediately to anyone who does not exceed the personal background check will be removed.

(g) staff who develop their activity at the airport and should have access to security restricted areas shall receive periodic training security of aviation pursuant to the PNF. Instructions will be given so that informed airport authorities about any incident that may pose a threat to security.

(h) it is prohibited to make photographs and recordings with any means within the airport enclosure, except authorization express of the Airport Authority, in the following areas: • controls access, regardless of the system used and whether or not is controlled with security personnel presence: huts, doors, winches, counters, controls, system of closed-circuit television, etc.

• Controls of safety of passengers, crews and employees.

• Critical areas of security such as: cheeks yards, roads service, and platform. This ban is specific to staff with airport accreditation that access to these areas and carrying photographs or recordings with any medium in which show is procedures, facilities, equipment, etc., which may compromise the safety of aviation.

They shall be exempted from this prohibition: • security personnel hired by the airport exclusively for the performance of their functions at the airport.

• The members of the forces and security forces, and • those people who have the express authorization of the competent and/or airport authority.

(i) prohibited the use of lasers inside the airport to pointing to the aircraft or air navigation facilities. You may apply to offenders law 21/2003, of July 7, air safety.

2.2.3. accreditation of persons.

The conditions of granting of accreditations and proper use of the same are contained in attachment A and are obligatory for both the Airport Authority and personnel requesting them.

(a) accreditation is personal and untransferable, allowing access and stay of the carrier in authorized areas.

When there is any suspicion in the misuse of accreditation, the State security bodies and forces may request ID card, card of residence or passport in accordance with the provisions of the law 1/92.

If you detect any irregularity in the accreditation, will be knowledge of the forces and the State security bodies. Airport security staff shall keep such accreditation pre-emptively and deliver it to the Security Office.

Requirement the State security bodies and forces or airport security staff, the staff must show their accreditation with the DNI, passport or residence card. If you detect any irregularity in the accreditation, will be knowledge of the forces and the State security bodies. Cited personnel must retain such accreditation pre-emptively and deliver it to the Security Office.

(b) all staff must carry accreditation in a visible place.

Persons who do not carry accreditation in restricted security areas other than those in which the passengers are will be intercepted by the responsible for the implementation of point 2.5.1.

(c) credentials that allow access to security restricted areas shall be inspected electronically and visually to ensure that they are valid and conform to the identity of the holder.

(d) accreditation will allow staff access only to areas designated by operational needs.

(e) keep a record of all ID cards lost or stolen that has been issued a duplicate.

2.2.4. authorisations for vehicles.

(a) the authorization is exclusive access to and permanence in the security zone in which the company that provides the service carries out its activities, being forbidden the access and permanence in areas other than those authorized.

(b) the authorization shall be assigned to each vehicle in particular, will be placed in a place that is easily visible from the front and will indicate: • areas to which access is authorized, and • the expiration date.

(c) it is prohibited to use the authorization with other than the authorized vehicle, or expired once.

(d) vehicles which must move between the public area and restricted safety zone only will do so after having been inspected.

2.2.5 access with accredited Companion.

(a) persons who are constantly accompanied by while they are in restricted security zones will carry an accreditation according to attachment A.

Companions must: • have an airport, final or provisional, valid accreditation • be authorized by the Airport Authority for functions of escort in restricted security areas, • accompany anytime, without losing sight of the person or persons accompanying, and • reasonably ensure safety by the accompanied person.

b) may grant a derogation from the requirement to be escorted to a person who is authorized and is holder of a valid airport accreditation.

2.2.6. other located in security restricted area access.

The companies air and/or ground assistance agents representing them at the airport shall ensure that: to) access doors that lead to the runway, airside and ramps are closed and secured when not in use, taking into account the relevant standards of emergency, evacuation and safety.

(b) access doors only used for disembarkation, allowing access to security restricted areas, or ramps will remain open only during this process.

Staff of airlines belonging to the categories of crew that does not have airport accreditation must be accompanied by a companion always authorized which is in a restricted zone of security and is not in: • Areas where passengers can be present.

• Areas immediately close to the aircraft in which newly arrived or will leave.

• Areas designated for crews.

• Travel between the terminal or access point and the aircraft in which members of the crew have come or go out.

2.3 the personnel and transported objects inspection.

2.3.1. inspection of personnel and their belongings.

(2.3.1.1 people that non-passengers will be inspected, before authorizing your access to security restricted areas to ensure that no items prohibited in this area, by one of the following means are introduced: to) manually register;

(b) detector (WTMD) metal arch;

(c) dog detectors of explosives (PED);

(d) equipment for detection of traces of explosive (ETD);

(e) scanner of security that does not use radiation ionizing; (or f) team of detection of traces of explosives (ETD) in combination with a detector of metal portable (HHMD).

2.3.1.2 the inspection of people that not are passengers is governed by it willing in those points 4.1.1.3 to 4.1.1.6 and 4.1.1.10.

2.3.1.3 them dogs detectors of explosive and the teams of detection of traces of explosive (ETD) may use is, only and exclusively, as methods of inspection complementary or alternating them with records manual, arches detectors of metals or scanners of safety, that is apply of way unpredictable. The application of techniques of unpredictability will require the approval prior of the authority competent.

(2.3.1.4 objects transported by persons who are not passengers will be inspected by one of the following means: to) manually register;

(b) x-ray equipment;

(c) (EDS) explosives detection equipment;

(d) detection dogs of explosives (PED);

(e) detection of explosives (ETD) equipment.

2.3.1.5. the inspection of objects transported by persons who are not passengers shall be governed by the provisions in sections 4.1.2.4 to 4.1.2.7 and 4.1.2.11.


2.3.1.6 them dogs detectors of explosive and the equipment of detection of traces of explosive (ETD) may use is, only and exclusively, as methods of inspection complementary or alternating them with records manual, equipment of rays X or EDS, that is apply of way unpredictable. The application of techniques of unpredictability will require the prior approval of the competent authority.

2.3.1.7. the competent authority shall determine the frequency with which has carried out the inspection of persons who are not passengers and objects transported by these parties through continuous random checks on the basis of a risk assessment.

2.3.1.8. Likewise, inspection of persons who are not passengers and objects transported by these people must abide by the additional provisions set out in a specific Decision of the Commission of a restricted character.

2.3.2 exemptions and procedures special's control.

(2.3.2.1 the authority competent may exempt of the control, by reasons objective, to people that not be passengers, to while can determine what other people will be subject to procedures special of control, whenever go escorted by a person authorized to such end of conformity with the point 2.2.5. to).

2.3.2.2. the Airport Security Office may allow access to restricted area personnel carrying prohibited articles when required for performing any repair or maintenance.

2.4 registration of vehicles.

You will inspect vehicles and their occupants before authorizing your access to security restricted areas.

2.4.1 vehicles accessing the critical areas.

Undergoing inspection 100% of vehicles accessing the critical area of safety. Once the inspection is complete, you must protect yourself from all unlawful to access critical areas interference.

The driver and occupants of the vehicle will not be inside while inspections are conducted. Likewise is them will urge to remove all their belongings personal of the vehicle's face to perform the inspection.

In addition, vehicles accessing the critical areas of security should be guided by the additional provisions set out in a specific Decision of the Commission of a restricted character.

2.4.2 vehicles accessing restricted areas of security that other critical areas.

The driver and occupants of the vehicle will not be inside while inspections are conducted. You are likewise encouraged to remove all personal belongings face vehicle to carry out the inspection.

Methodologies that ensure the randomness of the selection of areas that have to be inspected must be defined.

In addition, vehicles accessing the critical areas of security should be guided by the additional provisions set out in a specific Decision of the Commission of a restricted character.

2.4.3 methods of inspection.

The methodology of the inspection of vehicles will take place in accordance with criteria established in advance. He procedure is established by written in each airport in the scope of the Committee Local of security, and will be diffused in all them controls of safety of vehicles.

2.5 physical security and patrols.

2.5.1 in order to detect suspicious behaviour, discover vulnerabilities that may be exploited to commit acts of unlawful interference and to deter persons commit shall be carried out patrols in order to control and surveillance services: • the limits between the side land (including the fenced perimeter), area of operation, the restricted security zones, the critical areas of security , and, when appropriate, the demarcated areas;

• the areas of the terminal and adjacent of access public, included the parking and the way of access;

• by random controls, that everyone takes their visible accreditation in restricted security zones in which there are no present passengers and the validity thereof;

• that the authorisations of vehicles are carried in a visible place in the areas of operations, and the validity of those provisions, and • baggage, cargo, mail, provisions on board and mail and material of the airline waiting for shipment in the critical areas of security.

2.5.2. the surveillance and patrol services shall be made pursuant to a risk analysis.

2.5.3. the surveillance and patrol services will not follow a predictable pattern.

2.5.4 measures shall be taken both to prevent such as detect unauthorized access. Strict procedures will be employed to intercept anyone who try to penetrate into areas in which it is not authorized.

2.6 prohibited items.

2.6.1. persons other than passengers may not introduce in restricted areas of safety items outlined in attachment I.

2.6.2. the Airport Security Office may allow access to restricted area personnel carrying banned items included in attachment I when required to perform essential tasks for the operation of the airport facilities or aircraft or for the fulfilment of obligations in flight.

2.6.3. the persons authorized to carry one or more of the items mentioned in the Deputy I responsible for keeping such articles under control, and will leave the restricted area carrying them back either may store them in restricted security zones, provided that remain in a safe condition (in offices with key lock devices) or in facilities guarded or monitored.

((The people who use the items referred to in letters c), d) and e) Deputy d must guard them and avoid that they are accessible to passengers. You can also store such articles in restricted security zones, provided that they are not accessible to passengers.

2.6.4 is must develop a procedure that set by written in each airport, with the approval of the Committee Local of security, the application of this exemption, and will be spread to the personal of security in all them controls of security.

2.7 requirements for the fenced perimeter.

For the protection of the perimeter of the area of operations, an enclosure of safety of sufficient height and consistency must be available to prevent unauthorized access. The requirements of the walled perimeter are governed by additional provisions of a restricted nature approved by the competent authority.

CHAPTER 3 safety of aircraft 3.0 General provisions.

3.0.1. unless otherwise provided, an air carrier shall ensure the implementation of the measures laid down in this chapter in regard to his aircraft.

3.0.2 third countries whose applied safety standards have been recognized as equivalent to the common basic standards of safety of the aircraft listed in Attachment B.

3.0.3 If an area determined leaves of consider is area critical on the occasion of a change in the conditions of security, the airport must inform to the companies affected.

3.0.4 them references to third countries in this chapter include to others countries and territories to which, with arrangement to the article 355 of the treated of operation of the Union European, not is of application the title VI of said Treaty.

3.1 safety of aircraft records.

3.1.1. when making a record of safety of the aircraft.

3.1.1.1. any aircraft shall a security log whenever there are reasonable grounds to suspect that unauthorized persons have had access to it.

3.1.1.2. the safety of the aircraft registration consist of inspection of certain areas of the aircraft, as set out in additional provisions of a restricted nature approved by the competent authority.

3.1.1.3. all aircraft entering a critical area from a third country not listed in Attachment B will undergo a security log once landed passengers in the area you are going to be inspected and/or downloaded the hold baggage.

3.1.1.4. all aircraft coming from a Member State where he made stop after arriving from a third country not included in the attachment B shall be considered an aircraft coming from a third country.

3.1.2. how to make a record of safety of the aircraft.

The determination on how to perform a security log must abide by additional provisions in additional provisions of a restricted nature approved by the competent authority.

3.1.3 information on registration of safety of the aircraft.

Be recorded and retain the following information on the security of a departure flight log somewhere outside the aircraft for the duration of the flight, or 24 hours if this last period is higher: • number of flight, • origin of the previous flight, and in case has already been made a record of safety of the aircraft, the information provided should also include : • Date and time in that is completed the record of safety of the aircraft, and • name and signature of the person responsible of perform said record.

3.2 protection of the aircraft.

All the aircraft will be protected from interference not authorised.

3.2.1 aspects General on the protection of the aircraft.

(3.2.1.1 with independence of if an aircraft is is parked in an airport, must protect is of all access not authorized: to) ensuring the early detention of those people that intend to access to it without authorization; o


(b) to close exterior doors. When the aircraft is in a critical area, exterior doors that are not accessible to people from Earth will be considered closed once the media access have been removed from the aircraft or away from it enough to reasonably prevent access to persons; or (c) enabling the relevant electronic instruments that automatically detect any non-authorized access.

(d) enabling a system of airport access through badge on all the doors that lead directly to the passenger boarding bridge, adjacent to an open door of the aircraft, that only allow access for people who have training pursuant to point 11.2.3.7. These people must make is of avoid the access not authorized during your use of the door.

3.2.1.2. the point 3.2.1.1 shall not apply to an aircraft parked in a hangar locked or protected against all unauthorized access.

3.2.2. additional protection of aircraft with closed exterior doors that are not in a critical area.

(3.2.2.1 also, when exterior doors remain closed and the aircraft is not in a critical area, all exterior door shall be: to) away from all means of access; or (b) sealed; (or c) blocked, or d) monitored.

3.2.2.2. once removed means of access at doors that are not accessible to people from Earth to the doors, should be placed as sufficiently away from the aircraft to prevent reasonable access.

3.2.2.3. Once blocked exterior doors, only can be unlocked by the staff with a relevant operational need.

3.2.2.4. in those cases in which the outer doors are monitored, that control shall ensure the immediate detection of any unauthorized access.

3.2.2.5. Likewise, the protection of aircraft with closed exterior doors that are not in critical areas must abide by additional provisions in additional provisions of a restricted nature approved by the competent authority.

3.3 high risk flights.

3.3.1. when a flight is designated as high-risk flight, apply additional security measures to those contained in this chapter, established at the local level at each airport by a procedure agreed in the Local Committee of safety and validated by the competent authority.

CHAPTER 4 passengers and carry-on baggage 4.0 General rules.

4.0.1. the competent authority, the airport manager, the airline or the responsible entity shall ensure, according to their responsibilities, the implementation of the measures provided for in this chapter.

4.0.2. the third countries that applied safety standards have been recognized as equivalent to the common basic standards of safety with regard to the safety of passengers and their hand baggage control contained in Attachment C.

4.0.3. passengers and their hand luggage from a Member State which did scale the aircraft after arriving from a third country not included in Attachment C will be considered passengers and carry-on baggage from a third country, unless it is confirmed that these passengers and their luggage were inspected in the Member State in question.

(4.0.4 for the purposes of this chapter, means: to) liquids, aerosols and gels (LAG), pastes, lotions, mixtures of liquid or solid substances, and the contents of pressurized containers; such as: paste toothpaste, gel, drinks, soups, syrups, perfume, foam of shaving, and any other product of consistency similar.

(b) security bags (STEB) tamper proof, are those bags that conform to the security control guidelines recommended by the International Civil Aviation Organization.

(c) equipment for detection of liquid explosives (LEDS), equipment capable of detecting dangerous materials.

4.0.5 references to third countries in this chapter and, in his case in a specific Decision by the Commission include other countries and territories which, in accordance with article 355 of the Treaty on the functioning of the European Union, does not apply the title VI of that Treaty.

4.1 control of passengers and hand luggage security.

All passengers of an initial flight, transfer passengers and passengers in transit, as well as your hand baggage, will undergo inspection for prevent driven articles prohibited in areas restricted security and on board an aircraft.

Transfer passengers and their hand baggage may be exempted from inspection when: a) come from a Member State, unless the Commission or that Member State have been informed that these passengers and their hand baggage are not inspected in accordance with the common basic standards, or b) come from a third country where the security standards applied have been recognized as equivalent to the common basic standards.

In transit passengers and their hand baggage may be exempted from inspection when: a) remain on board the aircraft, or b) not to mix with passengers waiting to board already inspected, except those who embark on the same aircraft, or c) come from a Member State, unless the Commission or that Member State have been informed that these passengers and their hand baggage are not inspected in accordance with the rules (basic common, or d) come from a third country where the security standards applied have been recognized as equivalent to the common basic standards.

4.1.1 inspection of passengers.

4.1.1.1 passing control, passengers must remove before it coats and jackets, which will pass through the scanners as hand luggage. Security staff may ask the passenger that it pulls away also from other elements, as appropriate.

(4.1.1.2 inspection will be done by any of the following methods: to) manual inspection; or (b) inspection by passing through a detector Archway (WTMD) metals; or (c) explosives detection dogs; or (d) equipment for detection of explosives (ETD);

(e) security scanners that do not use ionising radiation; or (f) team of trace detection of explosives (ETD) in combination with a hand-held metal detector (HHMD).

• Should not be achieved to determine if the passenger carries or not prohibited items, deny you access to the restricted security zone or be controlled it again until the control agent is compliant and authorized the passage.

• Will be provided to passengers all the elements needed to facilitate the fluidity of passage through the checkpoint (trays, containers, slides, etc.).

• Security staff may ask the passengers that they deposit their shoes and belts in the corresponding tray for inspection.

• Security staff may ask passengers who removed the garments that they carried on the head (hats, turbans, hats, scarves...) for inspection.

In those cases in which passenger justified his preference for not removed such pledge in public, will be held private inspection.

• Baby trolleys must be inspected.

• When a passenger present a problem (medical or otherwise) in be inspected through the metal detector arch, must proceed to manual inspection.

• When you need to perform the manual inspection of a minor previously inform the accompanying adult, indicating the same mandatory.

4.1.1.3. If a manual inspection is carried out, this shall sufficiently guarantee that the passenger does not transport prohibited items.

4.1.1.4 when detector (WTMD) metals arc emit an alarm signal, you must resolve the cause that led to it.

When using a detector (WTMD) metal arch, it must be set at a level which permits to detect small metallic objects, in accordance with the level of threat established by the Airport Authority.

4.1.1.5 (HHMD) portable metal detectors can be used exclusively, as a complementary control methods. At no time will replace the required completion of a manual registration.

The use of a team of trace detection of explosives (ETD) in combination with a hand-held metal detector (HHMD) shall be limited to cases in which security personnel consider the manual inspection of a given part of the person is ineffective or inappropriate.

4.1.1.6 when allowed the transport of live animals in the cabin of the aircraft, they and their cages or packaging must be inspected, as passengers or baggage, and following the procedure laid down in the instruction of security SA-16.

As a general rule, live animals (domestic) should be billed for transportation in commercial airplanes, where they will be properly stowed in the hold of the aircraft, and placed in a cage or container. In certain circumstances they can travel with their owners in the passenger cabin, fulfilling specific for your transport requirements, provided that passenger attend to their care and transportation during the flight, without causing inconvenience to passengers coming.

Acceptance as hand luggage or baggage of living animals that accompany passengers, as well as the conditions in which these animals will be shipped is optional from the airlines.


On the other hand, the authorization of your transport will be always subject to the space and weight available after boarding the luggage of them other passengers.

4.1.1.7 the authority competent may create categories of passengers that, by reasons objective, will be subject to procedures special of control or will be exempt from controls. It shall inform the Commission about the created categories.

4.1.1.8. the inspection of passengers shall be bound by the additional provisions set out in a specific decision of the Commission of a restricted character: passengers with reduced mobility are also subject to inspection so as to ensure that the person being controlled does not bring any prohibited objects.

The possibility of a private inspection must offer passengers who have any disability or for those who justify such need.

Your hand baggage will be inspected in the same way that the rest of the passengers.

4.1.1.9 detectors dogs of explosives should only be used as a supplementary method of control.

4.1.1.10 the use of scanners of security should govern is by them provisions additional's character restricted approved by the authority competent.

4.1.2 inspection of hand luggage.

4.1.2.1 before be inspected the luggage of hand, them computers portable and others devices electrical and electronic of great size will be extracted of said luggage to be inspected by separate, except if the luggage of hand goes to be inspected by a team of detection of explosive (EDS) that meets the standard C2 u another more restrictive.

4.1.2.2 will inspect at least as soon as they enter the restricted area security, liquids, aerosols and gels (LAG) acquired in an airport or on board an aircraft carrying bags (STEB) tamper proof sealed, within which appears a satisfactory proof of purchase in the area of operation of an airport or on board an aircraft as well as liquids, aerosols and gels that will be used during the trip and whether drugs or special dietary supplements, including baby food.

(Hand luggage 4.1.2.3 undergoing inspection by any of the following methods: to) manual inspection; (or b) team of rays X; or (c) (EDS) explosives detection equipment; (or d) detectors dogs of explosives in combination with point to).

• In case of which the operator can not determine if hand luggage contains or not prohibited items, will be the opening of the hand baggage and will be a manual inspection of the same.

• To any failure of equipment, will proceed to the manual inspection of hand luggage, and must take into account that avoid delays in the pre-shipment process is not to the detriment of the security.

• If a passenger is entered without authorization in the area restricted a weapon or any other prohibited items included in attachment D, will be withdrawn. If, in addition, the carrier of the object do violating other regulations, both the object and its carrier, if necessary, will be at the disposal of the competent authorities.

4.1.2.4 hand luggage manually register consist of a control manual luggage, including its content, to ensure enough the absence of prohibited items.

4.1.2.5. in the case of using an x-ray or EDS, the operator examines each image.

4.1.2.6 when is use appliances of rays X or EDS, must resolve is all signal of alarm to satisfaction of the operator to ensure reasonably that not is transport items prohibited in the compartment of load or aboard of the aircraft.

4.1.2.7. when the density of the article makes it difficult for the analysis of the contents of hand luggage that article of luggage will be extracted. The luggage is submitted to a new control and the object is inspect by separate as luggage of hand.

4.1.2.8. all controlled package containing a large electrical apparatus shall be controlled again once removed the appliance in question, which are scanned separately.

4.1.2.9 explosives detection dogs and detectors of explosives (ETD) may be used, solely and exclusively, as complementary inspection methods.

4.1.2.10. the competent authority may establish categories of hand luggage that, for objective reasons, are subject to special control procedures or are exempt from control. It shall inform the Commission about the created categories.

4.1.2.11. persons who inspect the baggage by x-rays or EDS not normally spend more than twenty minutes at a time examining images. After each of those periods, the operator must not examine images for at least ten minutes. This requirement only applies when there is an uninterrupted flow of images for consideration.

A supervisor will be responsible for the security personnel who inspect the baggage in order to optimize the composition of the team, the quality of the work, training, support and evaluation.

4.1.2.12. the inspection of hand luggage shall be governed by the additional provisions set out in a specific Decision of the Commission of a restricted character.

4.1.2.13. special cases.

An alternative procedure of inspection shall apply to passengers which, for reasons of health, need to carry with you or in your hand luggage certain objects that are considered prohibited items for entering a restricted zone of safety or passengers who carry objects exempt from inspection or whose inspection by the established procedures is not advisable.

(a) appliances that can suffer alterations.

If the passenger, by medical needs, some device in your hand baggage that may suffer alterations to the passage by the media (ADM or RX scanner) inspection which affect their proper functioning, if so requested by the passenger will prevent the use of such means, and instead will be a manual object inspection, to be asked to the passenger medical justification of the need to use or will be the necessary checks that ensure such necessity.

If the passenger carries implanted objects, such as implants cloqueares or pacemaker, and so requested will be a manual inspection and will prevent its passage by the AOM.

(b) objects that are classified as prohibited.

Passengers requiring to carry special medical material which could be classified as prohibited article (needles and other clinical material), be allowed to access the restricted zone with such material, provided that they conveniently prove the need for its use. Equally is will allow the passage of elements of help to the mobility as canes and crutches in those people that by reasons medical them need.

In any case these objects shall be inspected to ensure that there are no other hidden prohibited items through the procedures laid down in 4.1.2 or undeclared.

(c) biological samples and other.

Biological samples for analysis, laboratory cultures, legal evidence, urns and other shipments that can be sealed or sealed are not exempt from inspection, although we will have to take into account the allegations of the passenger about the possible deterioration of the article if apply ordinary procedures, in which case there will be a manual inspection as much as possible and documentary justification will be asked or the necessary checks to ensure the authenticity of the object that will be made.

(d) salvage material.

Material salvage conditioned by time pressure (organs for transplant, plasma, urgent shipments of medicines), shall be exempt from inspection provided that they come from a known source and are accompanied by the relevant documentation.

In any case, if persists the doubt of whether the object can contain or not prohibited items will not be allowed their passage.

4.1.3 inspection of liquids, aerosols or gels (LAG).

The LAG transported by passengers can be introduced into security restricted areas provided that they be inspected or are exempt from inspection in accordance with the requirements of this paragraph.

4.1.3.1. before to pass the inspection, the LAG should be removed from hand luggage to inspect them separately from other items of hand baggage, unless the equipment used to inspect baggage is able to scan multiple containers LAG closed inside the luggage.

Once removed the LAG of the hand baggage, the passenger must present: a) all LAG in individual capacity not greater than 100 millilitres or equivalent containers, introduced in a transparent plastic bag re-closing of not more than 1 litre capacity, which fit loosely when the closed bag, and b) all other LAG, including bags STEB containing LAG.

Competent authority, airlines and airports will provide information to passengers regarding the inspection of liquids, aerosols and gels in their facilities.

(4.1.3.2 the LAG transported by passengers may be exempted from inspection teams LED by entering the restricted security zone when: a) are in individual containers of capacity not exceeding 100 milliliters or equivalent, introduced in a closed transparent plastic bag of not more than 1 litre capacity, which fit loosely when the closed bag , or


(b) are in a specific bag (STEB) tamperproof sealed and acquired in the area of operation of the airport; or (c) are in a bag proof (STEB) from another airport or another aircraft of an air carrier of the EU and entered in a second bag STEB sealed before leaving the restricted area of the airport security; or (d) have been inspected locally with teams of LEDS on the side air and then introduced into a specific STEB bag sealed.

((The exceptions of the points c) and d) expire the 31 of December of 2015.

4.1.3.3 the inspection of them LAG must govern is by them provisions additional established in a Decision specific of the Commission's character restricted.

4.1.3.4. the containers used for the removal of liquids in the security filters will have appropriate security measures that prevent the access of passengers.

4.1.4 verification of documentation.

a) documentation that passengers provide to confirm that their identity corresponds to the boarding card, at the check-in counters and boarding gates, will be as follows: type of flight (from Spain) type of passenger national documentation.





National.





> 14 years.





DNI or Passport does not necessarily.

Driving licence issued in Spain.