BRITISH EASYJET WILL ESTABLISH NEW AIRLINE IN AUSTRIA
Brexit has dangerously complicated the situation for British airlines. They are at risk because when England exits the EU, an open sky agreement will no longer apply to them. This allows each airline registered in the European Union to operate over all EU Member States. The routes between Britain and Europe would be canceled. That is why EasyJet decided to set up new airline in Vienna.
“The accreditation process is already at a very advanced stage, and EasyJet hopes to receive an airline certificate and license in the near future.” said EasyJet.
So-called EasyJet Europe will provide transportation with about 100 aircraft and 4,000 employees. This change allegedly won’t affect passengers in any way.
“The creation of a new airline in Austria will also create many new jobs.” add EasyJet.
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