After months of negotiations, officials from the European Union (EU) and the UNITED Kingdom presented a draft Brexit deal in November. It contains a 585-page withdrawal agreement (a legally binding text setting out the terms of the UK`s exit from the EU) and a 26-page non-binding declaration on future relations, which explains the common vision of the UK`s future commitment to the EU. As negotiations for a future partnership between the EU and the UK are ongoing, EAS is not yet in a position to determine the final effects of the UK`s withdrawal after the transition period on EESA or its stakeholders within the EU-27 and the four associated countries or the UK. Implementation of emergency plans for aviation regulation in the case of the Imk. The Brexit transition period ends on 1 December 2020 without an aviation security agreement between the UK and the EU. The communication states that all EU legislation in the UK, including civil aviation safety legislation, no longer applies if a withdrawal agreement does not set any other timetable or other rules. With regard to the possible consequences, there is nothing but truly independent aviation safety legislation. The sector is known for its wide range of international regulatory harmonization. Minimum standards are regulated worldwide by the Chicago Convention and by 19 annexes of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO).

Britain`s status at ICAO is not being disrupted by Brexit. However, leaving the EU has implications for the UK`s responsibilities in the above system. Please note that ICAO standards are not binding, even for the aviation sector. These provisions are intended for States Parties to the Convention who are required to transpose them into their legal system (with the exception of opt-outs). This page presents the CAA`s work on EU withdrawal, including our desire to establish a scenario in which no air services agreement between the UK and the EU will be in force at the end of the transition period. As a responsible regulator, the CAA prepares the following activities: MEPs vote against the EU withdrawal agreement, thus clearly beating the Prime Minister. More than 750 international agreements that the EU has concluded on behalf of member states have been identified and may need to be renewed after Brexit. These include a number of important agreements for the aviation industry. With regard to flight rights, for example, the “open skies” agreement between the United States and the EU is a mixed agreement. Their advantages apply to `Community air carriers` defined as `airlines of the European Community and its Member States`. If the UK ceases to be a member of the European Union, the UK will no longer benefit from the “open skies” agreement between the US and the EU, unless the EU and the US agree on something else.

This presentation is part of a series of discussions by the UK negotiating team to support the development of the future framework.