Only a few months after partial EGNOS coverage availability in North Africa, the validation flights campaign was carried out with the support of ESSP, the EGNOS Services Provider, which has performed the EGNOS’s feasibility assessment.
MEDUSA’s team led by Telespazio and composed by ENAV, OACA, INECO and Helios, have validated GNSS-based approach procedures designed by the project, for the airport of Monastir in Tunisia.
This activity is part of MEDUSA’s assistance actions programme for promoting the use of satellite navigation in the Euromed countries (Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Palestine, Syria, Tunisia).
In parallel, MEDUSA is also aiding the Tunisian competent authorities in the future publication of the validated procedures and in the process for the operational adoption of GNSS in aviation.
The results of these assistance actions will be presented during a public workshop organized by MEDUSA and hosted by GEMCO (Galileo Euromed Cooperation Office) in Tunis on the 4th of June 2014.
MEDUSA - MEDiterranean follow-Up for EGNOS Adoption
Coordinated by Telespazio, the MEDUSA project belongs to the Euromed GNSS framework, part of the Euromed Transport programme.
MEDUSA aids the Euromed countries towards the operational introduction and the exploitation of the European GNSS (EGNOS/Galileo) in various applications, mainly in the transport sectors.