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UK EU brexit deal now done does this mean the UK will still be in EASA

Old 26th Dec 2020, 12:06
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Old 26th Dec 2020, 12:09
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Originally Posted by pax britanica View Post
Sadly aviation is just one example of Brexit bringing about wasteful pointless bureaucracy and costs for British versions of things that already work perfectly well. Also as we are pretty much completely insignificant as a country who except Uk based entities is going to bother with compliance with any special Uk regulations.
This was demonstrated by UK banks who found that after Brexit they had to have 20 odd licences all across the Eu rather than one Eu licence and many just walked away from European operations.
Mind you if we kick air O Leary out of the Uk that might help prop up BA and easy who are sure as heck going to need it.
why would you want to kick ryanair out of the UK and go back to the bad days of BA
I use Ryanair at least 15 time per year (in normal non COVID years and never had any problems with them canít say that about BA who I would only fly with if I had no choice

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Old 26th Dec 2020, 12:57
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Yep, I fly around 100 flights a year with Ryanair as I commute to Spain for my job as well as all the other countries we operate in. I don't like O Leary but you don't have to like hm to fly on his airline and they get me where I need to go at a reasonable rate. I somehow can't see BA starting a 4 times a week flight to Jerez,
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Old 2nd Jan 2021, 08:33
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Originally Posted by TURIN View Post
Correct. EASA regulations are enforced by the ECJ. One of the red lines for the leave campaign was the ECJ would have no jurisdiction over UK law.
We will return to the way things were pre 2003.
But the ECJ also has no jurisdiction over Norway and Switzerland, so can't be a stumbling block.
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Old 2nd Jan 2021, 09:32
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Originally Posted by Next Phase View Post
But the ECJ also has no jurisdiction over Norway and Switzerland, so can't be a stumbling block.
https://blogs.lse.ac.uk/brexit/2017/...rexit-britain/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/EFTA_Court
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Old 3rd Jan 2021, 00:53
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Originally Posted by Next Phase View Post
But the ECJ also has no jurisdiction over Norway and Switzerland, so can't be a stumbling block.
To be a member of EASA a country must sign up to the ECJ, so they must have jurisdiction in both Norway & Switzerland or would not be in EASA.
This is the reason the UK is leaving EASA the ECJ will have no jurisdiction in the UK.
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Old 3rd Jan 2021, 08:24
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Hence the EFTA court, see second link I provided in #26..it appears to provide a cunning "work around" for those countries who have a problem with the ECJ but who would like to retain some access to EU "facilities"

As members of the EEA, the three countries have access to the European single market of the European Union. Consequently, they are subject to a number of European laws. Enforcement of these laws would normally be carried out by the European Court of Justice (ECJ), however there were legal difficulties in giving Union institutions powers over non-members so the EFTA Court was set up to perform this role instead of the ECJ.
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Old 5th Jan 2021, 21:34
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Is Ryanair still flying to Jerez?

From Where in UK?

Thought stopped years ago

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Old 6th Jan 2021, 08:05
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Originally Posted by vetflyer View Post
Is Ryanair still flying to Jerez?

From Where in UK?

Thought stopped years ago

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Old 6th Jan 2021, 08:25
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Or even Stansted
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Old 6th Jan 2021, 09:00
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Originally Posted by A320 Glider View Post
I still do not understand why we are leaving EASA? For what is the benefit?
The chance to do something people can understand?
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Old 6th Jan 2021, 12:03
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Originally Posted by vetflyer View Post
Is Ryanair still flying to Jerez?

From Where in UK?

Thought stopped years ago

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Yep, in a non Covid world 4 times a week. Its how I commute to work!!! Stansted to Jerez.
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