A political declaration agreed by the UK and European Union (EU), setting conditions for how they will work after the Brexit separation, calls for an air transport agreement to ensure continued connectivity for airlines within the European trade bloc. The Comprehensive Air Transport Agreement (CATA) would ensure market access and “fair and open competition” for airlines, but there are no details of how or when it would be achieved. The declaration, a 26-page document that is ...

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