The Air Traffic Control Service in the upper airspace of the FIR/UIR, with an extension of approximately 2, 640,000 km2, is provided by the Central American Area Control Center (CENAMER ACC).
The Search and Rescue Coordinating Center (RCC) for Central America is the administrative structure delegated through a regional agreement and collaborate with the Regional Search and Rescue Committee (COBUSA).
The distribution of aeronautical information to ensure the necessary data for the safety and efficiency of air navigation are provided by the AIM Operations Center (AIMOC).
In-flight verifications of instrument approach procedures and inspection of facilities that support air navigation are carried out with the King Air B200 laboratory aircraft.
An important component of regional air navigation services, to which COCESNA provides maintenance and guarantee of continuous availability.
The ICCAE manages the technical and operational training and training on the services provided by COCESNA, to Our staff and staff of the Civil Aviation Directorates of member countries.
ACSA has the purpose of advising, and guiding the Member States, on the fulfillment of the obligations of the Convention on International Civil Aviation and Aeronautical Safety.