The UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) wants to stay within the EASA system after the UK exits the European Union (Brexit) next year, but given that the UK government has not determined how it will exit, the CAA is preparing for a hard Brexit, a scenario where no mutually beneficial deal is reached. Most of CAA’s preparations are based on a hard Brexit, or “worse-case scenario,” so it’s ready after the March 29, 2019 deadline, CAA policy specialist (Brexit), ...

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