Chapman Freeborn, Flight Support
The United Kingdom’s decision to leave the European Union presented the UK’s airline industry with many new challenges in preparing for life outside of the free trade zone.
In particular the United Kingdom’s largest airline, easyJet, who started Brexit planning well in advance of the announced exit date to ensure minimum disruption to their business and customers.
easyJet has over 330 aircraft in service, in excess of 2,000 flights per day and with bases throughout Europe. Changes in rules and regulations were obviously of major concern for them in planning for operating in the…Read more