Stakeholder Consultation is an integral part of the policy-making process in the IAA Safety Regulation Division. Consultation enables the IAA to be more open and its policies more effective by inviting and taking note of the views of relevant industries and other involved organisations and the public. The IAA consults on matters that include changes to legislation, the issue of new policy documents and the issue of guidance material.
The IAA consults with a wide range of organisations as it carries out its business.
Please note that EASA conducts the consultation process for changes to EU regulation relating to aviation safety. Notices of Proposed Ammendment (NPAs) may be accessed on the EASA website.
NSA launches Stakeholder Consultation for Reference Period 3 of the Single European Sky Performance and Charging Scheme
The Safety Regulation Division of the IAA, acting as the National Supervisory Authority (NSA) for Ireland, are seeking stakeholders’ views on the contents of the draft Irish Performance Plan for Reference Period 3 (RP3) (2020 – 2024) of the Single European Sky (SES) Performance Scheme. This is in line with the obligations outlined in Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) No 2019/317. The Performance Scheme is a European Union (EU) initiative to improve the performance of Air Navigation Services (ANS) in four key performance areas (KPAs): safety, environment, capacity and cost efficiency.
Stakeholder Consultation is an integral part of the policy-making process in the IAA Safety Regulation Division- NSA. Consultation enables the NSA to be more open and its policies more effective by inviting and taking note of the views of relevant organisations, industry bodies and other stakeholder groups.
A consultation document has been drafted by the NSA to support this process, and is now available below. Stakeholders are invited to submit their responses in the “Comment Response” document provided. The NSA welcomes views on all the topics discussed in the Consultation Document and questions to guide stakeholders in their responses are provided. We expect to publish the responses we receive on our website as soon as practicable after the period for representations expires.
To better facilitate discussion on items raised, Stakeholders are asked to send their written responses to RP3.Consultation@IAA.ie no later than 5pm GMT on 16th September 2019.