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Brexit: 28% European air passengers deprived from compensations

By: aerotime.aero Brexit is almost a year away, but it’s still unclear how the prospective withdrawal will affect British flyers. The current air passenger law protects air travellers against cancelled, delayed and overbooked flights but with Britain set to leave the union in March 2019, such rights will no longer apply to UK citizens. Just like any other EU law, the regalement will lose its powers leaving 28% of European …

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EasyJet expresses confidence EU-UK flying rights to be maintained after Brexit

EasyJet Chairman, John Barton, remains steadfast in his belief that airline flying rights between the UK and the EU would be maintained even after Brexit. Barton was sharing his thoughts on the matter shortly after easyJet won shareholder approval for a scheme that would guarantee that easyJet becomes EU controlled, allowing it continue flying between and within countries on the continent after Brexit. EasyJet’s annual meeting resulted in the agreement …

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U.K. Airlines Risk Losing Rights in EU After Brexit

By Ian Wishart – bloomberg.com The European Union may attempt to strip British airlines of some flying rights after Brexit, with officials in Brussels warning that U.K.-based carriers could see their ability to compete across the bloc impeded. A meeting of the European Commission and diplomats from the remaining 27 EU countries has taken the first steps in sketching out the EU’s negotiating position on post-Brexit aviation links with Britain. If this …

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EasyJet given air operating license by Austria

Austria has granted easyJet an air operating license, thus giving them the opportunity to establish a new airline. The Air Operator Certificate (AOC) was given after a “rigorous and comprehensive year-long process” and will allow easyJet to continue to operate flights both across Europe and domestically within European countries after Brexit, regardless of the outcome of talks between the UK and the European Union. The new structure – which will …

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EasyJet applies for operating license from Austrian government

EasyJet has applied for license to operate from the Austrian government in order to protect its clearance to fly between member states of the European Union. Europe’s second largest scheduled international carrier, easyJet resorted to this action to guarantee that it would enjoy fully licensed flying rights to operate between EU member states after Brexit in 2019. This move is a significant one as the carrier operates to more of …

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Airlines UK: Brexit aviation deal likely due to threat EU-UK flights

Airlines UK, the trade body that represents UK airlines, says that there is much to be gained from an aviation deal between Britain and the European Union even as the uncertainty over flights loom large during the Brexit negotiations. The reaction stems from reports regarding the possible impact of Brexit on the UK airline industry and the selling of tickets before Brexit, which is pegged to be finalized on March …

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Will there be flights to Europe from the UK after 2019? EasyJet’s Austria move explained

The budget British airline is moving to Europe, with an application to open a base in Austria.easyJet has unveiled the plans in a bid to keep flying to the EU after Brexit has been finalised. The company has applied for a new air operator certificate (AOC) in Austria. Should this be approved, it will open easyJet Europe, a headquarters in the country’s capital Vienna. easyJet said in a statement: “The accreditation process …

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