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European flights after Brexit
August 3, 2017

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European flights after Brexit

August 3, 2017

Michael O'Leary is all over the Irish media about cancellation of flights from / to  EU to United Kingdom after Brexit,something to do with " open skies " . So if I read this blather right of a guy whose company would be dead in the cemetery if it wasn't for the 60 odd million Brits whose use his planes to all over the continent. Yes the "schengen agreement " opened the EU up,but now they ( schengen countries) are now imposing the security that has been in/on British ports of entry/exit since 9/11 and terror attacks on the streets of the United Kingdom,thus causing chaos at airports of said countries. But going back to no flights to Europe from/to the U.K. O'Leary is talking out of the back of his #%#%#%%## whatever he thinks as he's a Europhile . Do you think countries like Spain ,Portugal,Italy,Greece etc will bar the millions of British tourists from flying to their holiday resorts ,just look what's happened to the hotel business in Tunisia and Turkey since problems were people are being attacked. Knowing O'Leary he'll want smaller landing charges for his planes in the U.K. giving a bigger pay package after the exit of the UK from the European Union.Me I don't scare easy as I use P & O Ferries into Liverpool,and fly Thomas Cook to Goa for our winter breaks ,Remoaners huh .


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