Brexit: Flights to UK face disruption and EU jobseekers turn to Ireland

The best of Brexit-related developments for Ireland beyond the main headlines

30th March, 2017
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EU flags outside the Houses of Parliament in London Pic: Getty

AVIATION BLUES

EU citizens who want to travel to and from the UK could face serious disruption once Britain leaves Europe's Open Skies system after Brexit, airline chiefs warned this week.

Ryanair, which expects to carry more than 44 million customers to and from British airports this year, was to the fore in warning of the fallout from Brexit, suggesting that the UK risked being left without any flights to and from...

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