If you want to fly to Europe after the UK has left the European Union, you may not be able to, according to Ryanair. Open skies falls under the jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice (ECJ), which the UK will leave. Ryanair is trying to say that after Brexit flights could be grounded for many months unless a bilateral agreement is made.
Watch his comical interview on CNN, via the Daily Express if you fancy a chuckle. Has Ryanair been taking lessons from George Osborne?
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