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Brexit. Ryanair: for O'Leary there is a risk that airplanes won't be able to fly
The CEO of the low-cost little confident in an agreement
The Ryanair's CEO Michael O'Leary warned yesterday -during a press conference in London- about the risks of air travel between the UK and the EU following the Brexit, scheduled for next March. The real problem for the airline is that "no real assurances have been given on a possible agreement", and if this were not possible they could also "stop the flights".A decidedly more pessimistic view of his...
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