The US and UK are reportedly nearing the completion of a new Open Skies agreement, as the two countries look to ensure a smooth transition for transatlantic aviation post-Brexit. News of the imminent deal was first reported May 28 in UK newspaper The Telegraph, citing four sources close to the talks in Washington DC and London. The two countries are negotiating the deal because the current US-European Union (EU) agreement will no longer apply to the UK after Brexit, when it exits the EU in ...

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