UK and EU at risk of grounded flights after Brexit, ERA warns




A physique representing 50 airways has written to the European Fee warning that it should take pressing motion to stop the grounding of flights after the U.Okay. leaves the European Union.

“We get the sense from the politicians and officers that on the morning of March 30, the aviation business will get up and go to work as standard, even when there’s a arduous Brexit,” Andrew Kelly, president of the European Areas Airways Affiliation (ERA), mentioned in a press launch on Tuesday.

“It will not, it will possibly’t, and the U.Okay. and EU have to get up to that reality now, earlier than it is too late.” The U.Okay. is because of depart the EU on March 29.

The letter to officers in Brussels claimed “no-deal” Brexit may have “disastrous penalties,” impacting routes, aviation security and border safety. The ERA has estimated that 1.eight million routes throughout Europe will likely be affected within the occasion of a no-deal Brexit.




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