Business aviation and Brexit
Since end of January 2020 both the UK and EU Parliaments ratified the renegotiated withdrawal agreement. As a result, the UK remains in the EU Single Market and Customs Union, and is bound by its rules until 31 December 2020, but it ceases to be a Member State. This transition period is supposed to give time to negotiate new trading arrangements covering all sectors of the economy.
Focusing on Business aviation, the UK will remain in the European Common Aviation Area for the rest of 2020, allowing mutual access to the UK and the rest of the European Single Aviation Market. It also keeps the UK in the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), ensuring no interruption to existing safety regulations.