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Brexit pushing UK out of EASA

Old 9th Nov 2018, 11:45
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It's going to be a long list...

Or it'll be business as usual, #Fudgit
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Old 9th Nov 2018, 14:32
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Originally Posted by Sam Rutherford View Post
It's going to be a long list...

Or it'll be business as usual, #Fudgit
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Of course it will be Sam.

How will the UK/EU cope with those of us with dual Irish and British nationality and passports.

We have a foot in both camps 👍
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Old 9th Nov 2018, 21:03
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Brexit

If the UK does leave the EU customs union cross border movement is going to be a pain in the ar**, visas, car documents, aircraft documents, import duty, VAT and delays. Changing to a new regulatory system for airworthiness is going to mean a lot of time and cost - again, we have got used to a free and easy travel and shipping, forget all that
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Old 10th Nov 2018, 16:18
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The indignity and inconvenience for travelling that we have to suffer as a result of terrorism is bad enough, but now Brexiters want to compound it, regardless of cost. It's a boondoggle!
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Old 2nd Feb 2019, 09:31
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Found the guy who got the job!

https://www.linkedin.com/in/joe-delafield-85507b7b/
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Old 4th Feb 2019, 11:52
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What did I say? Professional Civil Servant with no aviation experience whatsoever. And we wonder why things are such a shambles in this country.
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Old 4th Feb 2019, 18:54
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I have never been too impressed with job hoppers.

It usually takes six months to hire someone, have them underperform and then get rid of them.

Not saying that is the case with Mr. Delafield.

Seems rather young too - does he even speak "aviation" at, 27/28, with what seems to be no experience of it I wonder.

My assumption here is that he will be heading a group of technical experts and his job will be to do the diplomatic thing and write reports; not matter who got the job we would all no doubt have concerns and likely the process and the outcome will please no one in the short to medium term.
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