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The future of the UK drone industry, one of Britain’s prime opportunities for growth, and many other UK-based manufacturing exporters, will be severely threatened once the UK’s eligibility for the EU’s CE accreditation regime expires at the end of December 2022.
DOUGLAS Chapman has called on the UK Government to address the fall-out from Brexit to UK pilots who are now prevented from securing work in the aviation sector.
Ryanair Holdings Plc said it will drop its London Stock Exchange listing, becoming the first major company to blame its departure on Brexit.
Ryanair Holdings Plc is poised to drop its London Stock Exchange listing, becoming the first major company to blame its departure on Brexit.
Ryanair is planning to delist from the London Stock Exchange in coming months due to a fall in trading volumes there, executives said on Monday, dealing another blow to London's status as a global financial center after Brexit.
Ryanair is considering a potential delisting from the London stock exchange, following the UK’s ‘Brexit’ withdrawal from the European Union.
Rishi Sunak's cut to tax on internal UK flights in Wednesday's Budget was an example of the government trying to prove Brexit was a good idea, a top climate adviser has claimed.
The decision by Rishi Sunak to cut domestic flight taxes was met with opposition by climate groups and Labour figures
Thousands of passengers unlawfully denied boarding because the UK government misinterpreted EU borders code.
Ryanair Holdings Plc is forcing investors who aren’t European Union citizens to sell any shares purchased after Jan. 1, in a reminder of the lingering constraints on investors tied to the Brexit split.
More than 3500 UK Pilots have written to the Government to highlight the new and unfair system that means UK pilot licences have been ‘seriously degraded in value and utility’ following Brexit. The new state of play has actively prevented UK pilots, including those made redundant due to Covid-19, from securing UK jobs.
Surveys of sites for offshore windfarms in Irish waters have been disrupted by a post-Brexit ruling by the Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) that flights cannot be undertaken from the UK
New Austrian airline to serve Europe as DHL Air UK to receive 777Fs for intercontinental ops.
Britain’s exit from the European Union (EU) brought to an abrupt end for the UK business aviation sector years of operating on a level playing field with its EU-based counterparts. ... unfettered access to the markets of some 27 member states was halted for the UK’s unscheduled operators, and a whole new relationship with the bloc began under stricter and often burdensome terms.
While the loss of unfettered access to the European Union market has been a huge loss and frustration to UK operators following Brexit, the country’s departure from the bloc will soon deal a blow for UK airspace users. Starting June 25, their ability to perform LPV approaches will be removed...
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken has downplayed any prospect of an imminent trade deal with a post-Brexit Britain.
Businesses in Cumbria are calling on the Government to provide a support package for the aviation sector and other exporters suffering due to the economic downturn brought on by Brexit and the COVID-19 global pandemic.
Following the United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union (EU), some continuity has been achieved due to agreements between the two sides. However, the agreements have not covered everything. One of the subjects is pilot licensing and now a UK-based pilot group is calling for a reciprocal agreement between the UK and EU over the transfer of flight crew licenses.
The EU Goods Sub-Committee publishes its report on what the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) means for trade in goods.
Following the conclusion of the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement (post ‘Brexit’), the European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) has today urged the relevant national authorities in Europe to eliminate administrative barriers, stating that it is ‘for the benefit of all those involved’.
Mylesmoor Travel, based in Plympton, has told customers it has ceased trading
Brexit restrictions have prompted UK private jet operator Air Charter Scotland to secure a European Union (EU) air operator's certificate (AOC) in Malta. The company now has two of the 10 aircraft in its fleet on the Maltese register to be able to continue flying between the 27 EU states, which is no longer possible for UK operators.
Carriers say they are severely disadvantaged when applying for flight permits under new rules.
As negotiations between the UK and the EU over aviation safety arrangements continue, there remains a possibility that the UK will leave the European system with no negotiated agreement.