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Government confirms UK will leave EASA

The UK Governmennt has confirmed that the UK will leave the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) at the end of the Brexit transition period. EASA is responsible for certifying aircrews and aircraft across European and when it was formed in 2002, largely adopted regulations set out by the UK’s Civil [read more]


Ryanair confident on BREXIT deal

Just days after outspoken CEO Michael O’Leary claimed Ryanair may cancel all flights for a day to punish the UK for Brexit, his chief marketing officer Kenny Jacobs has said the airline is confident that flights would not come to a halt after the UK leaves the European Union. Speaking [read more]

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Ryanair to add BREXIT clause to Summer 2019 flights

Irish budget airline Ryanair has today said it will be adding a BREXIT clause to its terms and conditions for flights in Summer 2019. The clause, which effectively invalidates tickets if an aviation agreement isn’t reached was announced by the airlines PR executive, Kenny Jacobs who said: “We will announce our summer [read more]

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Airbus will continue in UK after BREXIT

Airbus has sought to allay fears that it could move manufacturing out of the UK following BREXIT by reaffirming its commitment to its UK sites. European airframer Airbus has two sites in the UK, one in Hawarden Airport, Broughton in North Wales and the other at the former Filton Airfield, Bristol [read more]

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Boeing backs Britain

The worlds largest aerospace company Boeing recently selected London as its new European headquarters despite fears of Brexit. The seattle based airframer, which already employs 2000 staff and has invested nearly £2bn in the UK, has said that the Brexit vote would not effect its decision to base its entire [read more]