Saturday June 6, 2020

Brexit could be as devastating as an Antoine Griezmann attack for airline sector

Could EU countries push Britain into the aviation wilderness?, asks Fearghal O'Connor

29th June, 2016
Griezmann tears Ireland's defence apart Pic: Getty

Ryanair’s futuristic new website was like a window on the past for me last Thursday morning.

Ireland had beaten Italy the night before and a phone call came through from a generous friend in France: 'Get yourself to Lyon and there is a match ticket here for you.' Furious Googling ensued. Every new press release from Ryanair announcing extra flights to the French city caused my heart to jump in hope.

But...

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