Under its mandate, the MIAA maintains all aircraft movement areas in the complex and exercises control over all personnel and vehicles in the area. As such, it manages all private, corporate, military and diplomatic aviation requirements that make use of the NAIA complex. These include rotary and fixed wing aircraft.
Spaces and hangars in the 44-hectare General Aviation Area are leased by the Authority to general aviation operators engaged in air charter, air cargo, aviation training, aircraft maintenance and corporate flight operations. An independent airport subsystem, the area can accommodate planes ranging from single engine Cessnas to Airbus A320 airliners.