A catastrophic collapse of air services between the European Union and the UK, or “business as normal”? That uncertainty is dogging airlines’ plans as Brexit approaches.  Before last year’s shocking referendum result, most businesses were not expecting the UK electorate to vote to leave the European Union (EU). The EU had created one of the world’s largest free trade areas and was particularly good for the airline industry. Under an EU-wide Open Skies ...

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