Media: Britain threatened to cancel flights to Europe due to Brexit
If the UK government will not be able to negotiate with Brussels to resolve the European Union, airlines will cancel tickets sold on flights from the UK to Europe, reported the Sunday Times.
“We’re going to cancel flights. We will cancel the trip people on holidays in the summer of 2019”, — said the head of Irish airline Ryanair Michael O’leary, quoted by RIA Novosti.
Warning passengers about possible cancellation of flights will be printed on the tickets for the flights 2019. They will go on sale from March next year.
According to sources, the British government has been unable to reach agreement with the EU, which would leave in force acting in the framework of the European Union, the Treaty on open skies.
Citizens of the UK in a referendum in June 2016 voted to secede from the EU. The British government on March 29 officially started the exit procedure.
It is noteworthy that according to polls, after the British exit from the European Union 60 percent of Britons wanted to keep European citizenship.
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