‘The adoption of EGNOS in European airports will be essential before 2030’June 24, 2022
That is what Charlotte Neyret, ESSP (European Satellite Services Provider) CEO said, as the PBN implementing rule envisages a full PBN environment by that time. In fact from June 2030, all phases of flight should be based on PBN implementations, being conventional navigation restricted to a backup role (with the exception of CAT II, CAT IIIA or CAT IIIB operations). This significantly remarks the role and importance of EGNOS as a key enabler of PBN.
Japan Civil Aviation Bureau visits ESSPNovember 14, 2016
Last 31st October 2016, a Japanese delegation of representatives from JRANSA (Japan Radio Air Navigation Systems Association) and JCAB (Japan Civil Aviation Bureau) visited the ESSP SAS premises in Torrejón de Ardoz (Madrid).
First EGNOS-based approaches implemented in HungarySeptember 23, 2016
The European Satellite Services Provider (ESSP) announces that on 15th September, the first EGNOS-based approaches implemented in Hungarian territory became effective at Budapest Airport. The publication of these procedures has been possible thanks to the work performed in the framework of Budapest 2.0 project, funded by SESAR Joint Undertaking.
World first commercial CS100 flight from SWISS uses EGNOS to land at Paris Charles de GaulleJuly 20, 2016
Operated by Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS), launch customer of the Bombardier CS100, the world’s CS100 maiden flight, took place last Friday 15th July. The approach to Paris Charles de Gaulle was performed using an EGNOS based LPV-200 procedure.