On the day the UK triggered Article 50 to leave the EU, low-cost carrier Ryanair has warned that there could be no flights to and from Britain to Europe after Brexit.

The budget carrier argues that unless an aviation agreement is found with the EU, there might be no flights immediately after March 2019. It points out that the Government needs to prioritise an aviation agreement, as it and other airlines will finalise summer schedules for 2019 by next March 2018.   

News Team
29 March 2017