Ryanair boss is threatening to floor his planes so Brits “rethink” Brexit

Michael O’Leary, the boss of Ryanair has one thing to say to the British: You’re “not going to have low-cost holidays”. He needs the British public to grasp how unsuitable they’re about leaving the EU and voting for BREXIT.

Talking in Brussels to an viewers of aviation sector figures, O’Leary stated:

I feel it’s in our pursuits – not for an extended time frame – that the plane are grounded.

It’s solely once you get to that stage the place you’re going to steer the common British voter that you just had been lied to in the complete Brexit debate.

You had been promised you might go away the EU and the whole lot would keep the identical. The truth is you may go away the EU, sure that’s your alternative, however the whole lot will basically change.

Whenever you start to grasp that you just’re not going to have low-cost holidays in Portugal or Spain or Italy, you’ve bought to drive to Scotland or get a ferry to Eire as your solely vacation choices, perhaps we’ll start to rethink the entire Brexit debate.

EasyJet chief govt Johan Lundgren, who was on stage alongside O’Leary on the occasion, interjected with “For those who begin grounding your planes, I’m flying.”

O’Leary has repeatedly warned that airways will likely be pressured to cancel post-Brexit providers from March 2019 if no settlement is reached within the Brexit negotiations by September.

Whereas O’Leary is all doom and gloom, transport secretary Chris Grayling has maintained that flights is not going to be grounded following Britain leaving the EU and was reported in January as saying he believed “it’s within the pursuits of everybody to take care of an open marketplace for aviation.”

The one marketplace for aviation was created within the 1990s to make sure that there are not any industrial restrictions for airways flying throughout the EU.


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