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Gibraltar poses threat to post-Brexit aviation access

The Anglo-Spanish tussle over the rock of Gibraltar has emerged as a big hazard in Britain’s seek for an formidable Brexit deal to protect access to Europe’s skies for its £60bn airline business. While Spain has made optimistic overtures to London for the reason that Brexit vote and warned Europe in opposition to searching for a punitive deal, it has additionally signalled it could block UK access to the EU’s …

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Will Brexit complicate landing rights for UK flights?

Regulations and commitments will need to be replicated when Britain leaves EU What permissions are required for a passenger plane to fly out of Britain and land overseas? This is a routine matter for the roughly 3,000 departures from UK airports every day. Yet for the officials charged with negotiating the UK’s exit from the EU, that question is about to become very important. Britain’s gains from a quarter of …

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EU carriers could gain advantage from Brexit, says IATA chief

IATA Director General Alexandre de Juniac believes that airline carriers from the European Union might take advantage during the “Brexit” negotiation process by limiting United Kingdom (UK) carriers’ access to the European Common Aviation Area (ECAA). Speaking at Brussels, de Juniac shared his fears that “connectivity could be reduced after the Brexit” and that would go against his organization’s focus on increasing connectivity. “You can imagine, from the European Union …

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