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    Default Re: UK Securing Post-Brexit Air Services Agreements

    Quote Originally Posted by No Smoking View Post
    When does a court get involved in aviation matters?
    When a 3rd country is involved, especially after a messy divorce. Legislation will be drafted and the ECJ will ensure correct adaption across its member states. I am not saying that it probably will, but possibly tariffs will be drawn up and the ECJ will just make sure any bilateral deal does not disadvantage any of the 27. Lets see what happens with EU261.....

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    ATW Online; Friday 15 February 2019
    EU, UK issue more no-deal Brexit guidance for air transport

    Both the European Union (EU) and the UK have announced measures designed to smooth air transport connections in the event of the UK departing the bloc in six weeks’ time (Brexit) without a deal.

    A distinct difference in attitude toward this situation was evident in the two camps’ Feb. 15 announcements; the EU talked of “severe disruption” to air connectivity in the event of no deal being agreed, while the UK, giving an update on security measures for air passengers and cargo traveling to and from the EU, emphasized that the status quo on security would largely be maintained.

    In its announcement, the EU said that member states’ ambassadors in the European Council’s Permanent Representatives Committee approved the Romanian presidency of the EU - the presidency is held on a rotating, six-monthly basis - “to negotiate with the European Parliament on a proposal, which enables UK-licensed carriers to provide basic air transport services between the UK and the remaining 27 member states. These rights will be conditional on equivalent rights being conferred by the UK and subject to conditions ensuring fair competition.”

    It added that a special provision would ensure the right to continue to provide scheduled flights under public service obligations (Essential Air Services in US parlance) until Oct. 26, 2019, to ensure their continuity while national authorities adapted to the new situation.

    Read more at: http://atwonline.com/open-skies/eu-u...-air-transport

    By: Alan Dron
    NS Comment: The UK approach is reassuring. No need to panic or throw the toys out of the pram.
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    Default Re: UK Securing Post-Brexit Air Services Agreements

    Quote Originally Posted by No Smoking View Post
    ATW Online; Friday 15 February 2019
    EU, UK issue more no-deal Brexit guidance for air transport



    NS Comment: The UK approach is reassuring. No need to panic or throw the toys out of the pram.
    No there is no need to panic. It is not going to stop. However the rationalisation of British operators because they cannot do what they did beforehand will bite in the future. Do your BA IAG managers actually talk to you? Some other companies the managers actually tell us what is going on. Without us having to trawl up some journo reports. As LAEs we are bottom of the pile to get told.. Unless you are lucky to work for a company I have fallen into. UK approach is not the problem..
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