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A body representing the aerospace industry says it is "disappointed" that the government has not taken an "ambitious approach".
The UK is to withdraw from the European Union aviation safety regulator (EASA) after the Brexit transition period, Grant Shapps has confirmed.
‘Prepare for the worst’ EU officials tell business after Sajid Javid’s FT interview.
Brexit is a Tory invention and pro-Europeans must still fight the prospect of EU exile, writes Will Hutton.
The government is facing an unprecedented backlash from five key industries over Boris Johnson's plans for post-Brexit trading arrangements.
Britain risks losing clout in the aerospace industry, one of its largest skilled employers, due to concerns over its departure from the European Union, a corporate overhaul at Airbus and a new Franco-German push on defense, industry insiders say.
They are one of the biggest employers in Wales, but chief executive Tom Enders said the handling of Brexit was 'a disgrace' and urged people not to listen to 'Brexiteers' madness'
Our Economics Correspondent @HeliaEbrahimi explains how no-deal Brexit preparations are impacting the UK economy.
One of the UK's most successful space entrepreneurs has launched a withering attack on Brexit, labelling it "galactic scale stupidity".
The risk of a no-deal Brexit is turning into a "full-blown economic crisis", the aerospace trade body has warned.
"No such thing" as a managed no-deal promoted by Tory Leavers.
The UK has been at the forefront of global aviation for more than a century. Airbus generates £6 billion of turnover in the UK, has more than 14,000 employees here and supports over 110,000 jobs through its supply chain. Airbus CEO, Tom Enders, explains why a no-deal Brexit puts this under threat.
'Don't listen to the Brexiteers' madness which asserts that 'because we have huge plants here we will not move and we will always be here' - they are wrong'
Aerospace firm will also move some regulatory approvals to Germany amid political turmoil
Bombardier and Cobham are among more than 200 UK aerospace manufacturers which have applied to come under the jurisdiction of regulators in other EU countries in preparation for a possible hard Brexit. Aircraft parts from the UK can currently be used across the EU if the country’s aviation regulator, the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), has approved them.
Britain’s five-decade dominance of wing construction for Airbus SE jets is under threat ... Airbus has been approached by at least seven governments looking to poach future wing production after the company raised concerns about Britain quitting the European Union.