Hard exit could ground UK flights for three weeks – Ryanair CEO

a hard Brexit UK flights could BERLIN (Reuters) – up to three weeks soil but would be eligible for Ryanair (RYA. I), the Irish budget Airline CEO Michael O’Leary said prior to a meeting of Heads of State and Government of the European Union in Brussels on Wednesday.

file photo: Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary holds a press conference in Machelen near the town of Brussels 9 October 2018. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir / file photo

“you plane for a week, two weeks, three weeks Earth can. It would be very painful”, said O’Leary Reuters in Berlin. “But we’re a large company, we can survive.”

O’Leary had last month warned that there were no assurances that allow an agreement in place flights would continue to Britain the European Union March of next year.

O’Leary said that he didn’t expect that Ryanair to grow in Germany next year, after closing its bases in the northern city of Bremen and Weeze in Düsseldorf.

“our traffic is flat,” O’Leary said.

O’Leary confirmed, that he was confident that Ryanair could clarify its, with German pilots and flight attendants represented. Talks were to progress, he said, and that he didn’t expect more labor strikes in the coming weeks.

(this version of the story corrected to read UK flights in heading, paragraph one; Quote corrected paragraph two).

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