Flights could be disrupted after Brexit, Chris Grayling admits
Transport secretary says EU would be to blame for any turmoil for not starting talks
Flights could be disrupted after Brexit, the transport secretary has admitted, but he said the European commission would be to blame for not starting talks on a deal to keep planes in the air.
Chris Grayling told an aviation conference that disruption was “unlikely” but that talks to secure an aviation agreement had not yet started with only five months to the date of Britain’s departure. He added: “That process is not in our hands.”
Source: Guardian Transport