© Amanda Lewis lhr us uk
© Amanda Lewis

If you live in the UK (and possibly even if you don’t) you’ll be sick to the back teeth of Brexit. Now comes the news that, out of the thousands of things that the UK has to sort out, it has at least agreed an open skies deal with the US. The transport secretary (‘Failing’ Grayling, as he’s known locally) has also said that a deal with Canada is next up. Unfortunately, as ATW points out, Mr Grayling – who likened Brexit to the handling of the collapse of Monarch Airlines, saying that “businesses instinctively know how to adapt” – has been less clear on arguably more important aviation deals with EU member states.

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