The open skies agreement recently reached between the U.S. and the UK has been praised by both sides as a landmark deal in uncertain times. After all, it ensures that flights between the countries can continue uninterrupted post-Brexit after the 2007 European Union/U.S. open skies ceases to be applicable to the UK. In a depressing sign of the times, 11 years after the two trade blocks agreed on a relatively liberal bilateral air service agreement, it is seen as a great achievement that ...

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