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Ryanair CEO calls Brexit ‘greatest economic suicide note in history’

Ryanair CEO calls Brexit ‘greatest economic suicide note in history’

Michael O’Leary, the chief executive of the low-cost European carrier Ryanair, has described Brexit as the “greatest economic suicide note in history.”
O’Leary and a number of senior airline and aviation executives spoke Tuesday at a hearing in the EU Parliament on the impact Brexit could have on the industry.
O’Leary said that there was “a real prospect” of “no flights between Britain and the EU for days, weeks, months,” should there be no agreement between the two sides.
Britain is set to leave the EU at the end of March 2019.
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