To maintain wider access to European airspace, British budget airline Easyjet will reportedly seek an aviation license outside the country. A move to the Netherlands, Ireland or France seems likely.
As reported by NL Times online, EasyJet will find it impossible to fly in European airspace after the Brexit under current regulations.
EasyJet chairman Carolyn McCall declared in private conversation that a move of the main office is inevitable after the Brexit, according to Sky News. The comp...
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