Brexit

Post-Brexit aftermath: travel chaos and stranded Britons

As Britain officially leaves the European Union bloc and the UK citizens become third-country nationals, confusion rises in the airports around Europe....


How aviation industry is preparing for Brexit

The aviation industry is subject to change as the new Brexit trading rules come into force on January 1, 2021. ...


European Commission moves to ensure air connectivity after Brexit

While negotiations are chugging on, the European Commission has put forward a proposal to ensure basic air connectivity and measures to ensure the safety of aviation between the UK and EU....


UK’s regulator CAA to leave EASA after Brexit period

At the end of the post-Brexit transition period, the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) intends to withdraw from the European Aviation Safety Authority (EASA) and take care of aircraft certification on its own....


Ryanair reshuffle: O’Leary succeeded as chief of airline

The King is dead, long live the King(s). Ryanair’s boss Michael O’Leary has been replaced as chief executive of the Irish low-cost carrier. According to media reports, the airline’s chief people officer Eddie Wilson has been appointed to the position of CEO effective September 1, 2019, while O’Leary steps up to being the overall chief of Ryanair Holdings. A three-month transition period will see Eddie Wilson fully assume h...


Rolls Royce about to fix Trent 1000 engine problem

Rolls Royce about to fix Trent 1000 engine problem

Rolls Royce reported a net loss of £909 million (€988.74 million) for the first half of 2019. The manufacturer said it was about to fix the problems affecting its Trent 1000 engines....


Halloween Brexit sparks shares jump for airlines

After the European Union (EU) have agreed to delay Brexit date to Halloween, UK-based airlines saw their shares jump up....


Brexit uncertainty puts more pressure on EasyJet

EasyJet is expecting to report approximately £275 million ($361 million) loss before tax for the first half of 2019, “in line” with previous prediction. Disclosing finances the previous time, the carrier described passenger demand as “robust”. But now, situation has become more grim due to Brexit uncertainty, it claims....


EU to prolong safety certification validity in no-deal Brexit

The EU safety certification plan for a no-deal Brexit scenario is welcomed by IATA as a “common sense approach” to the problem....


Brexit Crisis Averted? EU Agrees On Continuing Air Service

As the possibility of a no-deal Brexit looms, the European Commission moves rapidly to protect airlines operating in the European Union from any damage caused by it....