Teterboro Customs Hours of Operation and Procedures

Teterboro CBP Daily Hours of Operation are 0700-2400 local time. Crews should be advised that the earliest available time to clear flights is 0715L and evening flights must be wheels down by 2315. 

Customs and Border Protection has rolled out a new email address for notification of arriving flights. In lieu of faxing Gen Dec details or calling while airborne, CBP prefers that operators send the information to the following email address: [email protected]

After vetting the flight, CBP will send a confirmation email back to the operator. If you don’t hear back from them within 30-60 mins, then call to confirm at 201-288-8799.

If necessary, contact Basel Sabbath, Supervisory CBP Officer: Cell: 862-223-2918

New CBP Document – April 23, 2021

Part 91 arrivals into the U.S. may begin receiving a new document from CBP with their landing rights packages. Click here to review the document.

KTEB Customs Q & A – Oct 20, 2020

Q: Recently I conducted several international trips where we cleared customs at different airports, LAX and HOU. The CBP officers at each location informed us that they did not want our forms and that we should discard them. While it is not difficult to have these forms completed prior to arrival if they are no longer required by CBP it would be beneficial to not complete these since they contain sensitive individual information (Passport #, DOB, Home Address, etc,…). Do you know whether CBP at TEB and/or EWR are requiring that the passengers/crew complete these forms?

A: The Port of New York/Newark requires all international arriving passengers and crew members to present a written declaration. As CBP moves closer to using APC (Automated Passenger Control) machines at all our locations, there won’t be an need for CBP Form 6051. But until that time arrives we require all General Aviation travelers arriving at our Port’s GA facilities to have the CBP Declaration ready to present to the officers.