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Flights between UK and EU could cease

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Flights between the UK and the EU could cease if there is a no-deal Brexit and there will be severe disruption for airport passengers, ports and trade of agricultural goods.  In the third batch of 'no-deal notices' for businesses and consumers in the UK, the UK Government also warned that aviation licenses and safety recognition normally underwritten by the EU will not be valid for UK airlines. Unless an agreement is in place when the UK leaves the EU, UK airlines will have to negotiate a bilateral deal with every EU Member State in order to fly from the UK to their airports, and through their skies.

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