Administration and Organization Division:
The division is headed by the Deputy Director General for Administration and Organization, who is also a member of the IAA management. In addition, he or she has administrative responsibility for the 3 following units: Human Resources, Logistics and Organization and Methods; the Deputy Director General for Administration and Organization is also responsible for labour relations at the Authority.
Economics, Finance and Trade Division:
The division is headed by the Deputy General for Finance, who is also a member of the IAA management. He or she is responsible for preparing and supervising the Authority's budget, as well as developing a strategy for maintaining and strengthening the organization's financial firmness, while taking into consideration of all external factors which influence the Authority.
The division is headed by the Deputy General Manager for Operations, who is also a member of the IAA management. He or she is responsible for the management, development and operation of Israel's civil air traffic. The division operates two area control centres (ACC's): North and South; five control towers – Ben Gurion, Eilat, Ovda , Rosh Pina and Herzliya; and two aeronautical information service units – Ben Gurion and Eilat.
The head of the Air Traffic Control Department is in charge on the professional aspects, including the operational training system in Israel and abroad, for the purpose of maintaining the required level of professional competence required by the CAA and the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO).
The Deputy Director General for Telematics is responsible forin charge of the field of information and computerization, and is a member of the Israel Airports Authority’s senior management, takes part in determining the IAA’s goals and policies as well as in the decision making processes, and shares joint liability together with the other members of the management. He or she is responsible for consulting the IAA Management regarding on the subjects of information technology and computerization, establishing a policy and organizational standards in the fields of technology, information security and cyber in accordance with the provisions of the law, directives of the guiding agencies, the management, the budget and IAA procedures. The initiation, promotion and execution of multi-year plans for the development of information and computerization technologies at the IAA. Managing Management of information technology risks, including cyber attacks, in all IAA systems in accordance with the requirements made by the guiding agencies IAA policy. Guiding Guidance of IAA departments in all matters relating to obligatory or preferred organizational standards in the fields of information and computerization. Establishing Establishment of principles for organization-wide equipment processes in the fields of information and computerization according to local and global trends, as well as locating new technologies through contacts with manufacturers and research and development institutions.
Planning and Engineering Division:
The division is headed by the Deputy General Manager for Planning and Engineering, who is also a member of the IAA management. He or she is responsible for the planning and construction or engineering projects at airports, border terminals and other facilities under the Authority's responsibility. The division encompasses the full range of engineering disciplines, including sustainability, environment and community relations.
Border Terminals and Domestic Airports Division:
The division is headed by the Deputy General Manager for Border Terminals and Domestic Airports, who is also a member of the IAA management. He or she is responsible for the management of domestic airports (except Eilat and Ovda airports) and the operation of the land border crossings between Israel and its neighbours.