The views of outside experts on BREXIT have been posted here before, because of the potential impact on this change on US aviation. EASA’s expanding aviation scope: impacted by BREXIT? BREXIT and Aviation,…
A break with the EU will leave the UK with a significantly reduced influence in the technical side of aviation. That is not a good thing.
Resolution of the policy issues involved in UK’s Serious Fraud Office case may set the future parameters for these big stakes sales battles.
After a spate of recent incidents, the UK will examine how alcohol is sold at airports and ways to prohibit drunk passengers from boarding.
Imagine a New York Times headline which announces “FAA decides location of the NY/NJ/CT Airport for the future.” A national commission made the strategic decision of where the UK’s future airport capacity will be built. [Other countries prefer to follow the English view of centralized planning.] Is such a process better or worse than the US’ locally initiated/sponsored policy?