Sunday May 31, 2020

EasyJet looking at Brexit contingency plan

Airline seeks operating certificate in EU country

1st July, 2016
EasyJet lobbying after Brexit vote Pic: Pixabay

British low-cost airline EasyJet is seeking operating rights in another European Union state following last week’s Brexit vote, a tactic aim at guaranteeing unfettered access to EU markets even after

Britain quits the 28-nation bloc.

In a statement, EasyJet said it held informal discussions with a number of European aviation regulators ahead of last week’s referendum, and has now begun the formal process of seeking...

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