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Ryanair less alarmist over possible Brexit fallout

AFP
01/02/2018 | 291 words
Ryanair appeared Wednesday less concerned than previously about a possible fallout for the Irish no-frills airline following Brexit, as Britain and Brussels seek to agree a transition period.Britain accounts for about one-quarter of revenues earned by the Irish no-frills airline, causing Ryanair express alarm in 2017 regarding perceived risks of the country exiting the European Union.But addressing a press conference in London on Wednesday, Ryanair's chief marketing officer Kenny Jacobs told reporters he believed "there is clearly going to be an extension to Brexit".The European Union's Brexit negotiator Michel (...)
 
 
 
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