Air travel could be ‘held hostage’ during Brexit negotiations – Aer Lingus

The CEO of Aer Lingus has warned that air travel could be 'held hostage' during the Brexit negotiations.

It comes after warnings that flights between the UK and the rest of Europe could be grounded if there's no deal on open airspace.

Ryanair has said it could mean major disruption to services to the UK if it isn't sorted during the 2 year negotiating process.

Aer Lingus CEO Stephen Kavanagh thinks it will be, but says there may be tough times to get there: