Thirty-seven airlines, as well as aviation-related companies, will not be allowed to carry or handle cargo going to the EU after 29 March 2019, if the EU fails to create a new ACC3 designator mechanism – security clearance.
The UK, as an EU member, provided the carriers with ACC3 designation, but this will expire once the UK ceases to be a member under a ‘no deal’ scenario.
In its ‘guidance on aviation in the …
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