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    Leaving EU

    UK aerospace industry steps up no-deal Brexit plan to switch regulator

    The British aerospace industry has stepped up plans for a Brexit exodus from the UK aviation regulator, as a second deadline for the UK leaving the EU without a deal looms.

    More than 600 British aerospace firms have now applied to be regulated in Europe as third-country parties under a scheme for companies seeking access to the single market in case of a no-deal Brexit. The scheme opened in October.

    The UK’s Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) gives regulatory approval for British-made parts to be used throughout the EU, but that ability will lapse if the UK leaves without a deal.

    UK aerospace industry steps up no-deal Brexit plan to switch regulator | Business | The Guardian

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    Originally posted by AtW View Post
    UK aerospace industry steps up no-deal Brexit plan to switch regulator

    The British aerospace industry has stepped up plans for a Brexit exodus from the UK aviation regulator, as a second deadline for the UK leaving the EU without a deal looms.

    More than 600 British aerospace firms have now applied to be regulated in Europe as third-country parties under a scheme for companies seeking access to the single market in case of a no-deal Brexit. The scheme opened in October.

    The UK’s Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) gives regulatory approval for British-made parts to be used throughout the EU, but that ability will lapse if the UK leaves without a deal.

    UK aerospace industry steps up no-deal Brexit plan to switch regulator | Business | The Guardian
    Old news. But thanks.

    Just for clarity, they're applying to be regulated in Europe as third country parties in addition to their existing CAA approval.
    Last edited by Zigenare; 29 July 2019, 06:05.
    Old Greg - In search of acceptance since Mar 2007. Hoping each leap will be his last.

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