What Do Brexit, Trump And Rising Nationalism Mean For Aviation?
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The departure of the UK from the European Union, which could take place in 2019, opens up a can of worms with regard to the regulatory and economic environment that will follow it and how that will impact on both of the divorced partners and the wider world as well. The discussion – which may be an animated one – will revolve around topics such as traffic rights (what will replace Open Skies?), airline ownership (which can influence which airlines can operate out of UK and European airports and into them, post Brexit), interpretations of international law, and the return of Duty Free sales at airports.
Moderator: CAPA – Centre for Aviation, Executive Chairman, Peter Harbison
- BKH Aviation, Aviation Consultant, Barry Humphreys
- CCR USA, President & CEO, Amit Rikhy
- ForwardKeys, Director Airport Development, Ged Brown
- Nyras Capital, Partner, David Huttner