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The Irish Aviation Authority carries out a range of operational and regulatory functions and services on behalf of the State relating to the safety and technical aspects of civil aviation.

The Authority ensures that Irish civil aviation operates to international and European safety standards and systems in accordance with international agreements.

The side navigation links detail the IAA's role in all aspects of aviation from our commitment to the Single European Sky initiative to non-aviation activities that may impact on our airspace.

These include:

  • Air Traffic Management
  • Safety Regulation
  • The Role of the National Supervisory Authority
  • Single European Sky
  • Legislation
  • Commercial Services
  • Aviation and the Environment
  • Safety Assessment of Foreign Aircraft
  • Policy on Consultation by Planning Authorities
  • Non-Aviation Activities Impacting Airspace.

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