UK LCC easyJet has detailed the steps it has taken to Brexit-proof its operations and says it has a plan in place to ensure it meets European Union (EU) ownership and control regulations, regardless of whether or not airlines are given an adjustment period after the UK departs the bloc. In a Feb. 7 AGM statement, easyJet chairman John Barton said the carrier is 49% EU-owned—just shy of the 50% plus one share required under EU law—but there are a number of steps it can take to ...

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