European GNSS Services (EGNOS and Galileo) explained how they contribute to a greener and safer aviation at the WATM 2021October 29, 2021
The European GNSS programs EGNOS and Galileo attended the call of the annual ATM congress (WATM) in this first in-person edition in two years, and assisted with the latest news on satellite navigation referring to aviation, urban mobility and search and rescue (SARS). The EU Agency for the Space Programme (EUSPA), former GSA, as the company designated to manage the three systems that make up the European Space Program; EGNOS, Galileo and Copernicus presented their essential role in the development of the drone sector in Europe and the Urban Air Mobility of the future.
Webinar: “LPV Implementation in Europe: from EGNOS SoL declaration to PBN IR”June 08, 2021
In 2021, we celebrate that EGNOS Safety of Life service has been serving European airports for the past 10 years. Do not miss this webinar if you want to learn how EGNOS implementation has progressed during the last decade, since the first LPV procedure’s publication on March 17th 2011 up to reaching near 800 available today. Details will be provided on the evolution of procedures over time, as well as available STC/SB solutions and operators already equipped to use EGNOS. Additionally, we will show other tools and materials available for free to support all those that are interested to adopt EGNOS this great PBN enabler. Do not miss it!
Croatia Airlines will use EGNOS for satellite LPV approachesMarch 25, 2019
Croatia Airlines has successfully completed the major part of the DASH Q400 aircraft modernization project in which Dash aircraft are equipped with new navigation equipment.
ESSP and Humberside International Airport sign an EGNOS Working AgreementJuly 13, 2017
The agreement is the first step in the implementation of EGNOS-based approach procedures in this Aerodrome
First EGNOS LPV-200 Approach Implemented at Charles de Gaulle AirportMay 04, 2016
The European Satellite Services Provider (ESSP) announces that on 3rd May, the first LPV-200 approaches were implemented at Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport (LFPG) – the first such approaches to be implemented in Europe. This announcement follows the publication of the EGNOS-based procedures on 28th April.
ESSP and Tallinn Airport Ltd sign an EGNOS Working AgreementApril 19, 2016
The agreement will enable the publication of EGNOS-based approach procedures for Estonia
First operational LPV approach ever flown in the UK!August 21, 2014
The Beechcraft 76 GBXWA from Aviation South West (ASW) performed the first approach of this type ever operationally flown in the UK.
First LPV procedures published in UK!August 21, 2014
Today 2 airports in the southern part of UK – Exeter and Bristol – have published EGNOS-based approach procedures (LPV procedures) than can be used from now on for landing operations.