UK Bizav Insiders Call EGNOS Exit ‘Catastrophic’

Runway 19 at London Oxford Airport already has ILS; airport bosses are now mulling whether to spend more than £1 million to install a similar system for the southern approach.
Credit: London Oxford Airport
LONDON—The lengthy process of the UK extricating itself from the European Union reaches another milestone on June 25, when the country’s participation in the EGNOS program ends. EGNOS—European Geostationary Navigation Overlay Service—performs a similar role in Europe to the WAAS (Wide Area...
Angus Batey

Angus Batey has been contributing to various titles within the Aviation Week Network since 2009, reporting on topics ranging from defense and space to business aviation, advanced air mobility and cybersecurity.

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