- IAA Overview
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- Flight Statistics
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- Funding and Charges
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- Efficiency Comparators
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- Aviation and the Environment
Turnover represents the amounts received, and receivable, in respect of services provided to customers, together with fees received in respect of statutory regulatory functions performed in discharge of safety regulation requirements.
The following graph shows the profit and total assets for the company in the last five years:
The Authority continues to deliver on its commitment to remain cost-effective. Once again, en route charges are amongst the best value for money in the EUROCONTROL-charging states.
The following chart shows terminal commercial traffic at the three State airports, Dublin, Cork and Shannon over the five year period 2011 to 2015.
Air Traffic Activity
The following graph shows air traffic activity for en route overflights and terminal commercial traffic at the three State airports (Dublin, Cork and Shannon) over the five year period 2011 to 2015.
This graph shows the number of small and large aircraft on the Irish register for the years 2011 to 2015.
The Personnel Licensing Office of the IAA is responsible for the licensing of flight crew (commercial, airline, student and private pilots). The graph shows the number of valid licences from 2011 to 2015.