Money New EasyJet airline created for Brexit

06:10  15 july  2017
06:10  15 july  2017 Source:   Sky News

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British airline easyJet said July 14, 2017, it had applied for a new air operator’s certificate in Austria to allow it to continue flying in the European Union after Brexit regardless of the outcome of MORE FROM Business & Economy. EasyJet to create new company in Austria for Brexit .

EasyJet is creating a new airline so it can continue flying in the European Union after Brexit . It has applied for a new air operator certificate in Austria at a cost of £10m.

EasyJet may be in line for a new legal headquarters outside of the UK © Getty EasyJet may be in line for a new legal headquarters outside of the UK

Budget airline easyJet is creating a new airline so it can continue flying in the European Union after Brexit.

The company said it had applied for a new air operator certificate in Austria and that the application process was "well advanced" and that it hoped to receive the accreditation "in the near future".

It will allow the low-cost carrier to establish easyJetEurope, which will have its headquarters in the Austrian capital Vienna.

This is planning for a worst case scenario should Britain fail to negotiate the same aviation freedoms it currently enjoys as a member of the EU.

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The new airline , easyJet Europe, will be headquartered in Vienna. Related Articles. May faces fight over Brexit law to end EU membership. EU court should be guarantor of expats' rights after Brexit .

EasyJet has applied for a new air operator's certificate in Austria to continue flying in the European Union after Brexit regardless of the final deal, the British carrier said Friday. The application "will allow EasyJet to establish a new airline , EasyJet Europe

The company said the move would enable the airline to operate flights both across Europe and domestically within Europe once Britain exits the EU - "regardless of the outcome of talks on a future UK-EU aviation agreement".

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The establishment of easyJetEurope will create new jobs in Austria, but the airline asserted "no jobs will move from the UK to Austria".

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British airline easyJet said Friday it had applied for a new air operator's certificate in Austria to allow it to continue flying in the European Union after Brexit regardless of the outcome of We've sent an email with instructions to create a new password. Your existing password has not been changed.

This new airline , easyJetEurope, will come with its own fleet of planes and its own staff It is in order to protect these intra-European flights that easyJet has created its new company. Easyjet , really, has just done the same thing. This is a tangible example of the Brexit impact, and it won't be the last.

"All of easyJet's UK employees will continue to be based in Luton and our 11 UK bases and employed as they are today," the firm said.

"Given the importance of aviation to all the economies of Europe as an enabler of trade, tourism and travel, we think it is important that the aviation market remains as open and competitive as possible.

"While the new structure will protect all of easyJet's current flying rights within Europe, easyJet will continue to push for the UK and EU to reach an aviation agreement which, at a minimum, will enable flights between the UK and EU."

UK ministers have said maintaining "liberal access" to European aviation markets will be a "top priority" during the Brexit negotiations which got under way in June.

Under present rules, airlines operating within the EU must be majority owned by EU nationals. EasyJet founder Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou and his family hold Cypriot passports and own 33% of shares in the business.

The firm currently also has airlines based in the UK and Switzerland.

All three airlines will be owned by easyJet plc, which will be EU-owned and controlled, listed on the London Stock Exchange and based in the UK.

A Government spokesman said ministers were "committed to securing liberal access to European aviation markets which has brought huge benefits to consumers across the EU".


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