The US and UK have agreed an Open Skies pact that will allow them to continue liberalized air services after the UK leaves the European Union (EU) in March 2019. Announcing the new agreement late Nov. 28, UK Transport Secretary Chris Grayling said it would ensure the UK “remains one of the world’s leading aviation hubs after Brexit for both travelers and businesses.” Transatlantic commercial passenger and cargo flights between the two countries currently operate within ...

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