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Old 12.02.2017, 17:58
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

Childish games

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While Spain has made positive overtures to London since the Brexit vote and warned Europe against seeking a punitive deal, it has also signalled it would block UK access to the EU’s single aviation market unless the terms exclude Gibraltar’s international airport.

The UK’s post-Brexit air access options include attempting to retain membership of the European Common Aviation Area, which would mean it keeps full access, or seek a bilateral “open skies” agreement with the EU, which is likely to have more restrictive terms.
Source (might be behind a paywall)

Anyway a deal with the EU over air access would likely full under the European Court of Justice which May does not want!

Never mind, Brits will always be able to fly to Europe via Istanbul
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