Ryanair to Cease UK-EU Flights If No Brexit Deal Is Reached
Ryanair has announced the airline will take UK-EU flights off sale by next October if a post-Brexit aviation deal is not reached.
Michael O’Leary, the airline’s chief executive said he believed negotiations between Westminster and Brussels had "gone nowhere" since they began.
“My fear is that holidays will be ruined if there is no agreement in place,”
According to TTGMedia, O’Leary described how the exit date felt like “a guillotine” over the heads of the aviation sector due to the perceived lack of movement on securing an aviation deal.
"There is no fall back. The UK government doesn’t have a plan B. We’re going to need to know by September or October 2018 otherwise we’re going to start cancelling flights or taking flights off sale," he commented.
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