The uncertainty surrounding the UK’s planned withdrawal from the European Union (EU) is already having a negative impact on business, UK airports and airlines say. “We have lost routes and airlines tell us that [intra] Europe is more profitable” as a result of Brexit, AGS Airports Ltd. CCO Francois Bourienne said at the Routes Europe 2019 conference in Hanover, Germany. AGS operates the airports of Aberdeen, Glasgow and Southampton. Growth of 5% is anticipated at Cornwall ...

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