An extension of the Brexit deadline until Oct. 31 is good news for those who hope increasing doubts over the process will result in Britain remaining in the European Union (EU) after all. But with Brexit uncertainty already affecting demand for flights, the prolonged confusion may not be good news for airlines already struggling with the short-term economic effects.  While carriers based in Britain and those operating between there and mainland Europe have done much work and spent ...

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