Brussels ‘no deal’ contingency may provide Brexit safety net, but doesn’t rule out future widespread aviation, travel and trade disruption
There have been reports that the UK Government has put thousands of soldiers, sailors and air crew on standby to tackle Brexit chaos, warnings to not book flights after Mar-2019 and across the water in the Netherlands there have been suggestions that Amsterdam Schiphol had hired extra staff to cover the possibility of the need to process UK bags differently? The countdown to Brexit continues and it is only looking increasingly like it will be a hard landing for all concerned.
While new Air Service Agreements (ASAs) are starting to be confirmed between the UK and individual countries to safeguard flights, there remains major concerns what exactly Brexit will mean for the aviation sector, particularly in Europe. It is no surprise to see the European Commission taking a hard stand this week to protect its position in light of a ‘no deal’ conclusion.
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