Aer Lingus’s plan to reorganise its shareholding to allow it to continue flying between member states in the event of a no-deal Brexit has been accepted by the Irish regulator, but is yet to get final sign-off by the European Commission.
Under European Union rules, only companies that are majority-owned by EU shareholders are allowed to operate flights between member states.
Aer Lingus and its sister airlines Iberia and Vueling faced the prospect...
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