Will Brexit ground flights to Europe?
In an article originally published by Prospect Magazine, Open Europe’s Stephen Booth argues that Brexit is unlikely to result in flights from the UK to the EU being grounded and considers the options for UK-EU aviation post-Brexit.
There are a number of potential forms that a deal between the UK and the EU could take. As with many other issues affected by Brexit, these options can be thought of as a sliding scale: with integration with EU markets on the one side, and UK freedom for manoeuvre on the other. Another challenge the UK faces is replicating the aviation agreements the EU has with the US and other markets.
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