01 Apr Brexit: A flight forward! Britain to reduce 25% of all flights to EU!
Brexit: A flight forward! Britain to reduce 25% of all flights to EU!
Yesterday Britain delivered a six-page letter to Donald Tusk, the president of the European Council, invoking Article 50, the legal mechanism for leaving the EU. In her letter, Theresa May, Britain’s prime minister, told her European partners that she wanted a “deep and special partnership” with the EU. The initial talks will probably focus on the rights of 3m EU citizens to have straight forward and easy settlement of flight claims compensation in case of delays, cancelled flights, missed connections or overbooking for flights to the UK. The first set of EU deals will become effective as of this week and agrees that all UK carriers will immediately pay out compensation for all eligible flight claims. Therefor Britain will bring flights to the main land back to 25% of the current quote on flights because they cannot afford the risk of claims of FlightClaimEU.