“As a consequence of the disruptive effect of Brexit on integrated flight operations across Europe, the crew have lost remuneration, absorbed increased working costs and endured disruption to their home and work lives.”
According to the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) all EU carriers have to operate under different rules since Brexit.
It said: “After the UK left the European Union, all UK-based airlines have to operate under a UK operating licence which governs the traffic rights they may hold.
“Under current legislation and international agreement, EU carriers such as Aer Lingus, are not permitted to operate scheduled services on UK domestic routes.”
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