Brexit is causing havoc in the European market. All was set to happen, at the start, it was an easy task but with the change of time, it becomes as hard tussle. Despite the Brexit, EU is preparing itself for the better, in this regard, EU security regulations could see 37 airlines banned. This is not only catastrophic to the trading partners to EU but also to the economic development and integration in the EU states.
This is all brought about by the EU’s failure to create a new ACC3 designation security policy that acts as a security clearance. This will mean that there exists no deal between the EU and the 37 airlines and aviation companies. One can ask himself what brought EU to this decision? First, most of these agreements were signed by the UK and its exit from the EU means that there has to be a restructuring of the security details to ensure that only member states have a say in the operations of the EU without the inclusion of the food courier UK laws.
UK boasts of a larger market share in the EU. Its exit will, therefore, has effects on the security details of the EU. The need to protect the cargo arriving and leaving is therefore of great need. It is believed that this is not likely to affect the UK as it will continue using the previous security designators to bring in cargo. The impact of this is that non-EU states will not be able to transport cargo to the EU when Brexit takes effect early next year. Another big issue that is propelling EU to change its security is that the Uk was a significant screening agent in the supply chains.
Given the standards of the UK’s, security system and scrutiny, it is equally recommended for the EU to adopt and accept such conditions. To ensure maximum security and protection of cargo high standards as those in the UK need to be incorporated. The suggestion is that the standards in the EU when the UK exits are going to be below par. This will put the EU at a crossroad and need to improve on the existing laws on the security of the cargo. If this is not done immediately the implications are going to lead to troubles in the cargo industry and the consumers of the imported cargo will suffer.
It is evident that the exit of UK is going to affect the EU. This requires EU to make drastic changes to remain as a destination for quality cargo and customers products. These changes cannot be done overnight. Despite there being a standoff of “no deal” between EU-UK, a comprehensive agreement should be reached. The transparency of this matter remains a guiding factor so as to save the other non-EU countries. To ensure a smooth transition from of UK from the EU. This also helps in ensuring trade is not affected with. as it forms the basis of many airlines to the EU. For now, all eyes are on the day to day tasks that are ongoing to ensure that the deadline of early 2019 does not affect airlines traveling to EU. And that a conclusive decision will be reached to salvage the airlines.
Quick and fast decisions need to be taken to ensure that these planned disruptions are avoided. Brexit was meant to strengthen ties between the UK and other countries but in its inception was not to bring down the EU. There is a need to increase the pace at which these negotiations are done.