- Aeronautical Information Management
- Flight Planning
- Terminal Services
- En Route Services
- North Atlantic Communications
- ATM Systems & Technology
- ATM Safety
- International Industry Partnerships
- Single European Sky
- Aireon: Satellite Based ADS-B Surveillance
- Dublin Point Merge
- Reduced Departure Intervals and High Intensity Runway Operations
- Runway Stop Bars
- Remote Towers
- Electronic Flight Strips
- Enhanced Surface Movement Radar
- Data Linking and Computer Pilot Data Linking Communications (CPDLC)
- English Language Proficiency for Aeronautical Communication
- Cross Border Arrivals Management (XMAN)
- Airspace Change to the Shannon CTA around Ireland West Airport
- Mode S Upgrade
- Listening Squawk
- Guide to Air Traffic Management Operations
- Application Forms
- Key IAA Contacts
- Aireon Alert
- Safety Performance
The Irish Aviation Authority is a partner in Aireon LLC, a revolutionary space-based air traffic surveillance venture, along with Iridium (USA) and the air navigation service providers NAV CANADA (Canada), ENAV (Italy) and Naviair (Denmark).
The Aireon system uses Automatic Dependent Surveillance Broadcast (ADS-B) technology installed on a network of 66 'Iridium NEXT' satellites to receive and send aircraft positional tracking data, making it possible to extend next-generation coverage across the entire planet and will constitute the first truly global air transport traffic management and surveillance system.
With this technology, air traffic control services can be provided in nearly all parts of the globe from Ireland.
It is a technological step change which will offer airlines significant fuel savings and fuel efficiencies of €100 million on the North Atlantic alone.
The Iridium NEXT satellites will be launched in 2016 and 2017, with the Aireon surveillance service being available to ANSPs in 2018.