Mixed 2008 for Irish Aviation Authority, 2009 expected to be worse
2008 was a mixed year for the Irish Aviation Authority (IAA), the partly-government owned body which holds responsibility for the air traffic control services in Irish-controlled airspace and safety regulation of Irish civil aviation industry. Traffic performance declined “in all areas” in Dec-08, part of a sharply downward trend in traffic recorded by the Irish Air Navigation Services Provider (ANSP). [840 words]
Unlock the following content in this report:
- Controllers and radar problems in early 2008
- Steps towards Europe's SES future
- Proposed European Functional Airspace Blocks
- Into 2009: traffic and revenue to continue to fall
Graphs and data:
- Irish Aviation Authority overflights: 2007 and 2008
- Irish Aviation Authority HF communications: 2007 and 2008
- Irish Aviation Authority North Atlantic operations: 2007 and 2008
- Irish airport terminal movements: 2008
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