In latest set of ‘no deal’ notices, UK says planes may be grounded over licensing issues
- Owners of dogs, cats and ferrets would need rabies test for pets
- Motorists would require insurance green card to drive in EU
- British mineral waters would not be accepted for sale in EU
Flights could cease between the UK and the rest of the EU if Britain crashes out of the bloc without a deal, the government has said.
In its latest set of “no deal” notices, the government has said flights could suffer disruption because the EU-issued aviation licences would not be valid and airlines would have to seek individual permissions to operate with respective states.