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Old 19.11.2018, 15:53
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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For example, The deal says that both sides intend to strike a “comprehensive air transport agreement”, allowing airlines to continue operating between Britain and the EU in a safe and commercially fair way.
OK that’s clear. But what about a British Airline (EasyJet) operating between (or within) EU Member States? Or an Irish Airline (Ryanair) operating within the UK or between the UK and a EU Member State other than Ireland?

What is quoted here is NOT status quo.

And I hesitate to mention British Airways, which is not British (Spanish) operating from the UK to anywhere but Spain. or Virgin Atlantic, which is 1/3 French/Dutch (AF/KL) and 1/3 US (DL) flying anywhere.
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