Airbus: the Ministers have ‘no idea’ to Brexit

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The chief executive of plan maker Airbus has accused the government, I don’t know how the UK out of the EU, without damaging the Land.

Tom Enders, said Downing Street “has no idea, no agreement about how the run to Escape without serious damage.”

He spoke as Ministers prepare to agree to meet the Prime Minister’s country residence, a blueprint for the UK’s future relations with the EU.

Airbus is taking steps to mitigate said the impact of Brexit, Mr Enders.

“Brexit ever you call, in any form, soft or hard, light or clean – what it will be harmful,” he added.

His comments follow given a warning last month that Airbus UK could leave if the country leaves to deal with the internal market and the customs Union, without transition.

At the time, said the company: “This scenario would reconsider forcing Airbus to its plants in the UK, and its long-term presence in the country.”


Airbus makes the wings for the A320, A330/A340, A350 and A380 passenger aircraft in the UK and has 14,000 employees.

It said that the currently planned transition period until December 2020, was too short for it to be delivered, changes in the chain.

Mr Enders said he had a duty to Airbus shareholders: “We were very clear about what would be the outlet, the consequences, especially from a tough the UK’s EU.”

His comments are the latest warning in case of Leakage of large companies.

On Thursday, Jaguar Land Rover, the UK’s largest car manufacturer – as a “bad” Brexit deal, it could force you to close factories and £80bn investment plans for the UK would threaten.