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Aviation industry braces for Brexit with CEOs divided over fallout

Ryanair fears serious disruptions while other carriers sound more optimistic note

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Above: Mr O'Leary says issues about flight rights & ownership rules will crop up as a result of Brexit, while Mr Walsh feels that complying with new rules would not be a problem.

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Mr O'Leary says issues about flight rights & ownership rules will crop up as a result of Brexit, while Mr Walsh (above) feels that complying with new rules would not be a problem.

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AT an aviation summit in Brussels this past week, Europe's main airlines put on a display of unity over the challenges ahead. But the industry's chief executive officers were divided when it came to the biggest issue of all: Brexit. The UK's scheduled departure from the European

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