- 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
Since April 2014, the IAA's Shannon Area Control Centre (ACC) has been cooperating with NATS (UK Air Navigation Service Provider) in a Heathrow XMAN Trial.
When delays in the Heathrow holding stacks begin to build, Shannon air traffic controllers together with their colleagues in the Netherlands, France and Scotland are asked to slow down aircraft up to 350 miles away from London to help minimise delays on arrival, with the aim of cutting average Heathrow holding times by at least a quarter from the current time of just under 8 minutes. This reduction in holding times delivers UK-Ireland FAB environmental benefits through reduction in fuel burn and CO2 emissions.
In 2017, in conjunction with NATS, the Heathrow XMAN initiative has been successfully implemented and the IAA has now put in place a permanent procedure where NATS can notify IAA controllers directly on the IAA’s COOPANS system of delays at Heathrow. This allows the IAA to implement measures for en-route into Heathrow to assist in alleviating these delays.
In 2018, discussion will continue to expand this service to include arrivals from London Gatwick.