Ryanair based in Dublin, has applied for a British air operating licence to protect its small UK domestic service operating in the event of political moves failing and thee UK is only left with a hard Brexit. The Dublin-based airline’s three intra-UK routes, account for some 2 percent of its business.
When the UK leaves the EU, overflying rights are currently governed by EU-wide arrangements, and these will come to an end on the UK's exit from the UK.
budget airline Wizz Air has also applied for a separate licence in Britain via a UK subsidiary.
The Dublin-based airline’s three intra-UK routes only account for around 2 percent of its business.
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