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Air and Sea Ports

Northern Ireland's small air and sea ports are vital for our business and recreational needs. Criminals may attempt to use them to facilitate the transport of illicit goods or human cargo.
Knowing what to look for and reporting suspicious behaviour will help keep our small ports secure.

  • PSNI Small Ports Unit

    Small port includes, amongst others, all air strips, flying clubs, harbours, marinas, yacht clubs, estuaries, boat yards and slipways

  • Suspicious Sea Port Behaviour

    There is no one list of things that will deem behaviour at a sea port to be unusual or suspicious. As a rule of thumb, if you think something is unusual or suspicious, then please report it.

  • Suspicious Airport Behaviour

    There is no one list of things that will deem behaviour at an airport or airfield to be unusual or suspicious. As a rule of thumb, if you think something is unusual or suspicious then please report it.

  • PSNI General Aviation Procedures

    For all flights travelling to or from Northern Ireland from within the Common Travel Area (CTA), a General Aviation Report must be submitted.