European Union member states should prepare their airports for no-deal Brexit, the European Commission reportedly warned earlier in June.
A lack of progress in Brexit negotiations has increased the chances of no-deal.
A no-deal Brexit would be catastrophic for Britain and Europe’s aviation industry.
It would immediately ground flights between the UK and EU because EU-issued aviation licenses would no longer be valid.
Trade minister Liam Fox warned over the weekend that the UK was “not bluffing” about its readiness to walk away without a deal.
LONDON — European Union member states should prepare their airports and aviation sector for a no-deal Brexit, the European Commission reportedly told diplomats earlier in June.
The warning was made during a June 12 meeting chaired by Filip Cornelis, the director of aviation at the Commission’s transport department, Politico reported. It was attended by diplomats from the EU27 countries as well as representatives from their civil aviation authorities.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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