LONDON—Both the EU and UK have developed measures designed to smooth air transport connections in case the UK leaves the bloc in six weeks (Mar. 29) without a deal. A distinct difference in attitude toward this situation was evident in the two camps’ Feb. 15 announcements. The EU talked of “severe disruption” to air connectivity in the event of no deal, while the UK—giving an update on security measures for passengers and cargo moving to and from the ...

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