Delays, queues and ‘Cinderella flights’ – what will happen to air travel after a no-deal Brexit?

Many thousands of passengers could find their flights to Europe grounded by a no-deal Brexit at the end of March next year, the Government has warned. But is such a catastrophic scenario even possible? We break down the issues at stake and the agreements that keep British airlines flying in and out of the EU.

What agreements are needed to permit airlines to fly?
Countries around the world have different agreements with one another that allow airlines to fly international services. As an EU country, the UK and its airlines, such as British Airways, Jet2 and EasyJet, are covered by the internal market for air services, which means that any airline licensed by an EU country, and therefore adhering…

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