European and African harmonisation closer as Tunisia joins AEFMP


The harmonising of air navigation services between European and African countries has moved a step closer with the incorporation of Tunisia into the AEFMP memorandum of understanding that covers service providers from Algeria, France, Morocco, Spain and Portugal.

The agreement was signed last month at the World Air Traffic Management Congress held in Madrid.

The civil aviation authorities in the six countries as the service providers have renewed their commitment to continue working together to facilitate the optimum use of their air space, maintaining the highest levels of quality and security, in line with the latest requirements and initiatives in place, such as the Single European Sky project.

AEFMP is a group of six Western Mediterranean air navigation service providers – ENNA, ENAIRE, DSNA, ONDA, NAV Portugal and OACA