Pick up your Schiphol and Day Passes from the Badge Centre, which is the issue point for all Schiphol Passes. The entire application procedure takes approximately 20 minutes, depending on the day and how busy the centre is. If the Centre is busy, you may have to wait a while.
Paper application forms no longer accepted since 1 October
Since 1 October you can only apply for a Schiphol pass digitally. Therefore when you collect your Schiphol pass you do not need to bring a paper application form any longer. If your application was approved the information will be available in the Badge Center system.
Document inspection and the The Royal Netherlands Marechaussee
First of all we check to see you have all the documents you need, then we will send you through to a counter where The Royal Netherlands Marechaussee will inspect your identification papers.
You must report to the testing area if you are required to complete the Security Awareness Test and/or the Airside Safety Test. Are all your papers in order? If so you will be sent through to the pass issue counter.
If you have applied for a pass to access protected areas, we will take an iris photo of you as well as a regular photo. You will be asked to remove any glasses or contact lenses.
Data check and pass issue
Your data were entered into the Access Management System on applying for the pass in the online portal eVesta. We check the data end then we prepare your pass. The Schiphol Pass will be explained to you during the printing process.
All of your details will be handled confidentially in accordance with the Personal Data Protection Act [Wet Bescherming Persoonsgegevens]. Your iris photo will be stored exclusively on your pass and not in any database or computer system.
Badge Centre (Schiphol Pass issue point)
Evert van de Beekstraat 202, Schiphol (busstop: Schipholgebouw)
Monday to Friday from 08:00 to 16:00. Closed on national holidays.