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Airlines take on Brexit

Airlines take on Brexit

Aviation regulation is up in the air as the clock ticks closer to March 2019 when the UK will leave the European Union. This deadline has airline bosses worried about what will happen if, in the case of a hard Brexit, the UK leaves without a deal. Some have warned that if an agreement is not reached in time, flights between the UK and the EU would be grounded. While this may unintentionally solve the immigration question, it could be bad news for the airlines’ shareholders.

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