UK budget carrier easyJet is formally seeking another air operator’s certificate (AOC) outside of the UK following the June 23 vote to exit the European Union (EU), or Brexit. “As part of easyJet’s contingency planning before the referendum, we had informal discussions with a number of European aviation regulators about the establishment of an AOC in a European country to enable easyJet to fly across Europe as we do today. EasyJet has now started a formal process to ...

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