Brexit: Is a bespoke deal for aviation on the cards?

The June referendum on British membership of the European Union sent airline shares tumbling while profit warnings from BA, Ryanair and others seemed to portend a few years of volatility and uncertainty. EasyJet has even mooted moving its headquarters to the continent. Much will depend on whether Britain retains access to the ECAA – the basis of so much of the industry’s success over the last 20 years. But with the political situation deteriorating, is a bespoke deal for aviation a possibility?

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