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The reality of No Deal, part two: how will airlines sell tickets?

The mere possibility of a "cliff edge" Brexit is already creating uncertainty for airlines, who fear their planes will be grounded on the tarmac come March 2019

By Alex Dean  

The Article 50 clock is ticking—but Britain doesn’t seem to be getting anywhere. The prospect of a “no deal” outcome in March 2019 is looming.

This would present all sorts of problems—some of which you’ll have heard of. But others you won’t, and it’s these we want to focus on in this series. Earlier this week, Steve Bloomfield wrote on what could happen to our data. I want to talk about flights, and one problem in particular that could result from plunging over the cliff edge.

Why will Brexit impact flights?


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