WASHINGTON D.C.–IATA said Oct. 24 it sees great risk of disruption to air travel in most of the scenarios conceivable for Brexit less than six months ahead of the Mar. 29 UK exit from the European Union. The global airline lobby group stated that a hard Brexit in which the EU and the UK do not reach an agreement on the terms and which is becoming increasingly possible “is likely to lead to significant disruption to air services.” But even if the two sides agree on a ...

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