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Some Facts

Tunisia is the northernmost country in Africa. It is bordered by Algeria to the west, Libya to the southeast and Mediterranean Sea. The Size of Tunisia covers a land mass about 165.000 km2 with a population of more than 10 million.

Tunisia has a great geographical and climatic diversity. In the northeast direction from Algeria begins the Atlas Mountains until the Cap Bon to the east. From the soutern part of Tunisia you can access the Sahara desert and the rest of the continent.

On behalf of the whole division members, We would like to extend our warmest thanks to Mr. Karim Bouzgarou  and  Mr Samir Zerifi the co-founder of tunisian divisian.

General guidelines

When operating in the Tunisia Division, please observe the following general IVAO TN rules:

Whenever practicable, 122.800 and 121.500 should be continuously monitored unless another frequency (ATC station for example) is more appropriate.

All altitudes are above mean sea level (AMSL) in feet.

  • Transition altitude: 6000ft.
  • Transition level: Dependant on the Transition Altitude and the local pressure setting at the time.

Squawk codes
The following codes are allocated for use by pilots, without direction from ATC for the purposes specified. Use these codes unless ATC instruct otherwise:

  • Code 7700 – Aircraft Emergency
  • Code 7600 – Radio Failure
  • Note, the code 7500 (hi jack) is NOT to be used on the IVAO Network
  • Code 2000 – When entering [ICAO] airspace from an adjacent region when no SSR code has been assigned
  • Code 7000 – When not receiving a service from an ATS unit in class F/G airspace

Speed restrictions
Do not exceed the 250kts IAS below FL100, unless you have permission from ATC, or the classification of airspace you are flying in means you are exempt from the rule. Military aircraft may also exceed the restriction.

Altimeter settings are in millibars and the standard setting is 1013mb.

No available ATC
Intentions must be broadcast on the Unicom frequency of 122.800

Charts for airports in the TN are available through the Aeronautical Information Service. Details on how to get charts can be found in the charts section of the website. We strongly recommend you use them