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Old 23.07.2018, 23:13
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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Overflight is governed by a separate treaty that has absolutely nothing to do with the EU. Whilst there is undeniably issues with Aviation that need resolving, his was posturing by Varadkar and nothing more. He'd do well to remember that in the event of no deal, it's his country that will be hit hardest out of all the EU nations.
Permits will be needed to overfly countries that are not signatories of the IASTA.
Currently the UK benefits from EU treaties for overfly permits with some countries that the UK will have to negotiate and replace.
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