Implementation Package (iPack)

Implementation Package (iPack)



States face various challenges in effectively implementing international standards to ensure aviation safety, efficiency, security, and sustainability.


The implementation packages (iPacks) are a comprehensive solution, designed to provide a standardized package of expert consultation, guidance material, and training tools that States need to implement ICAO Standards and Recommended Practices (SARPs), across different projects, effectively.


ICAO can assist States with developing, updating, and implementing their civil aviation plans.


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Key components


iPacks consist of several key components that work together to facilitate the implementation of ICAO provisions. These include:


Expert consultation


iPacks offer consultative support of a subject matter expert for a duration of 15-20 days. Subject matter experts can guide, review, provide clarification, and support States in their activities. 



A standardized, competency-based training course will be provided for up to 12 technical specialists, enabling States to better confront their specific implementation challenges.

Guidance material


Our carefully curated guidance material includes ICAO annexes, manuals, guidance documents, and Procedures for Air Navigation Services (PANS) to ensure States have the complete library of resources they need. 



 Each iPack includes a unique set of tools to assist States with their implementation goals by conducting a gap analysis against the ICAO State Safety Plan (SSP) framework.



iPacks provide unrivaled value, with prices starting at only $13,800.




     Our latest, customized iPacks:  




Aerodrome Certification
Developed in partnership with Airports Council International (ACI), the goal of this iPack is to aid State Civil Aviation Authorities (CAAs) and airport operators in addressing the technical challenges related to the development and implementation of an aerodrome certification programme. 







Accident/Incident Data Reporting
This iPack assists civil aviation entities in implementing an accident and incident reporting system in their State.







State Safety Programme
This iPack assists States, CAAs, and organizations in implementing an SSP using a project-oriented approach.







National Aviation Safety Plan (implementation)
This iPack assists CAAs in defining how their State measures safety performance so they can monitor the implementation of their National Aviation Safety Plan (NASP) and its effectiveness.   









Who can benefit from iPacks?

Overall, ICAO iPacks have the potential to benefit a wide range of stakeholders within the aviation community, facilitating a safer, more efficient, and sustainable operating environment. Those who may benefit include:


  • Airport authorities/operators
  • Air navigation service providers
  • Civil aviation authorities
  • Accident Investigation Authorities
  • Ministries of Transportation
  • Airlines
  • Aviation industry and trade associations   



Implementing iPacks


Before the deployment of each iPack, ICAO works closely with the recipient’s designated representative to better understand the organization’s needs and expectations.

Following the delivery of the iPack training course(s), members of the recipient’s iPack team work closely with the ICAO subject matter expert to ensure the programmatic goals for each iPack are achieved. 


Discover more iPacks



Aviation Security Oversight




Unmanned Aircraft Systems Regulatory Framework



National Aviation Safety Plan (development)



Prepare for a USOAP Audit




Visible Digital Seals




NOTAM Improvement



Cargo Safety Programme



Training Needs Analysis



​Competency-Based Training



iPacks’ sponsor opportunities


The iPack initiative has been well received, with more than USD 2.4 million in funding provided by individual ICAO Member States and development banks. Through these contributions, we can make a difference in neighboring countries that have close ties based on culture, trade, or tourism.


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