The Israel Airports Authority is managed by a board of 15 members: The Chairman of the Board, seven members who are public representatives and seven members who are civil servants. The Chairman of the Board and its members are appointed for a term of 4 years by the Minister of Transport, with the approval of the government. The Israel Airports Authority operates through the Board of Directors and its management.
The Authority Board operates through seven committees – the Finance Committee, the Safety and Security Committee, the Development Committee, the Auditing Committee, the Management, Organization and Human Resources Committee, the Domestic Airports and Terminals Committee and the Committee for International Affairs. The committees convene for professional discussions, each in its own area of responsibility. The decisions reached by the committees are submitted for approval by the Authority Board.
The Authority Board outlines the IAA's strategy and policy for the management, operation and development of the airports and border terminals under its responsibility.
The Authority Board and its various committees are responsible for controlling and supervising the ongoing implementation of its policy by the IAA Management.