On December 24th, after months of negotiations and just a week before the year-end deadline, the UK and EU finally agreed on a Brexit trade deal which brought a formal close to the Brexit negotiations. With the UK now officially out of the EU, what are the effects on private aviation?
Whilst the impact on private jet travel is yet to be fully understood as the UK continues to negotiate updated air services agreements with the various 27 EU countries, one thing that is for sure is there will be restrictions on how some aircraft can operate domestic flights. Prior to Brexit air carriers were mostly – some permits permitting – able to fly into, or out of other countries with minimal limitations. Now, with the UK out of the EU, there will be restrictions on aircraft that can operate domestic flights within the UK and Europe.
What does this mean for your private jet flight?
At Air Partner, we are independent experts and work with a range of key operating partners globally. This means we have full access to aircraft capacity from fleets across the UK, Europe and beyond, making us perfectly placed to source any type of aircraft. We are not restricted to a fixed fleet which gives us the flexibility to provide our customers with the most suitable aircraft for the flight no matter what the route is. Whether it’s an On Demand, On Demand+ or a JetCard service, we can ensure our customers have the best solution with access to every type of private jet – from very light to global cabin jets.
For 60 years we’ve been providing tailored charter solutions to meet often complex requirements across the globe. With our proven expertise, we will help continue to guide and navigate the way through the regulatory changes as a result of Brexit. Our experts remain available 24 hours a day to assist with any private jet requirements. Contact us today.