Access via the Remote Security Center: Remote Security Center
Who uses the Remote Security Center?
Within Schiphol's stand-off zone are the logistics streets (Expeditiestraat, Transportstraat, Laad- & Loskade), the Service Lane (Dienstenbaan) and the Jan Dellaert Square. Access to the stand-off zone requires a security check first. Any company that is not a Known Transporter but needs to load, unload or perform a service with a vehicle within the stand-off zone of Schiphol can gain access after registering and checking the vehicle at the Remote Security Center.
Location and opening hours Remote Security Center
The Remote Security Center (RSC) is a five-minute drive from Schiphol Center. Currently, you can go to the Remote Security Center without pre-registration. This may change in the future. The Remote Security Center is open on working days between 10 AM and 3 PM (excluding public holidays). You can report within the Remote Security Center's opening hours.
- Address RSC: Freightway building, Flamingoweg 22,Schiphol (view the route)
- Opening hours Remote Security Center: Monday to Friday between 10 AM and 3 PM.
- The Remote Security Centre is closed on public holidays. See the website of the Government of the Netherlands for a list of public holidays in the Netherlands.
Security check at Remote Security Center
At the Remote Security Center, drivers will be helped upon presentation of a valid identification document (passport or identity card). Please note: a driving licence is not valid proof of identity at Schiphol Airport. An employee of the Remote Security Center registers the driver and the vehicle, and carries out the vehicle check. The driver then receives a form and drives directly, within the specified time, to the specified vehicle passage. Watch the animation to see how the Remote Security Center works:
Procedure at Remote Security Center
Do you need to load, unload or perform an operation with a vehicle within Schiphol's stand-off zone, but are you not a Known Transporter? Then the security check will take place at the Remote Security Center (RSC).
Step-by-step procedure Remote Security Center
At the Remote Security Center, the the driver of the vehicle goes through the following steps:
Step 1: Check whether the Remote Security Center is open The Remote Security Center (RSC) is open for a limited time: Monday to Friday between 10 AM and 3 PM. The Remote Security Center is closed on public holidays.
Step 2: Drive to the Remote Security Center
The address of the Remote Security Center is: Freightway building, Flamingoweg 22, Schiphol. This is an easily accessible location five minutes' drive from Schiphol Center (view the route). Upon arrival at the Remote Security Center, the driver parks the vehicle in a designated parking bay and walks to the RSC for further instructions.
Step 3: Registration
At the RSC, located in the RD Passage, a security officer registers the vehicle's registration number and company details and the driver's proof of identity (passport or ID). Please note: a driving licence is not valid proof of identity at Schiphol Airport. At this registration, the driver indicates which vehicle passage they are coming for, e.g. Transportstraat or Expeditiestraat. Is everything correct? Then the driver receives the RSC form with the details of the driver and vehicle. This registration takes about five minutes.
Step 4: Checking and sealing
Security staff will check the vehicle in the designated parking area. This check takes about five minutes, depending on the vehicle. If the vehicle is approved, security staff will seal the vehicle. The RSC form is completed and signed by the security officer. The driver then drives to the specified vehicle entrance. Please note that the driver has 10 minutes to drive to the designated vehicle entrance at Schiphol Center.
Step 5: Drive to the vehicle passage control point for ticket control within 10 minutes
After receiving the completed RSC ticket, the driver has 10 minutes to drive to the specified vehicle passage of the stand-off zone. At the vehicle passage, a security officer will check the RSC form, the vehicle seal and ID. If everything is in order, the driver will be given access to the stand-off zone.
You can also watch the animation to see how the Remote Security Center works:
Multiple vehicle passages? Then go to RSC again
If the driver needs to go to several vehicle passages, they have to go to the Remote Security Center again for each vehicle entrance they need to visit.
Access to the stand-off zone outside Remote Security Center opening hours (ad hoc procedure)
Access to the stand-off zone outside the opening hours of the Remote Security Center is only possible in exceptional cases for companies who are not a Known Transporter.
Is access to the stand-off zone necessary for the operation of Schiphol and/or their airport partners (e.g., emergency malfunction)? Call the Security Control Center on 020 601 3000. The SCC will validate your request according to strict criteria. If you meet these criteria, you will be eligible for ad hoc access.
Before you can enter the stand-off zone, your vehicle will be checked at the vehicle passage by a security officer.
The SCC will refuse your request if it does not meet the strict (emergency) criteria. In that case, you have to wait until the Remote Security Center is open. For the current opening hours of the RSC, see 'Location and opening hours' on our website.
With these strict criteria we keep the impact on the operation to a minimum.