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The Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) is a state owned company in the Republic of Ireland responsible for the regulation of safety aspects of air travel. It is also responsible for providing Air Traffic Control (ATC) services to Ireland's three main airports, namely Dublin, Shannon and Cork. The authority regulates the safety standards of Irish civil aviation and provides air traffic management and aeronautical communications services in Irish controlled airspace. The authority was established under the [http://www.irishstatutebook.ie/ZZA29Y1993.html Irish Aviation Authority Act, 1993]. It is not to be confused with the Commission for Aviation Regulation which is responsible for regulation of the economic aspects of air travel in the State. - Source: Wikipedia
Dublin Airport authorities on Monday said a Delta Air Lines flight made an emergency landing after a bomb threat on board.
A small commuter plane carrying 12 people crashed and flipped on its back Thursday while trying to land in heavy fog at Cork Airport in southwest Ireland, killing six people, police said.