Brexit is a swear word in our house.
And that will probably be the basic package. The US does have state funded medical insurance for people who can't afford it but it is literally the basic packages. Many though will get it all in a package with other insurances as well which covers funerals and old age care, lots of choice if you got the money. A lot of people do also get it through their jobs like my girlfriend does.Just done a full quote online to see how much insurance costs for a family of 4 with no pre-existing conditions and it comes in at $806 per month. I worry about the future.
Meanwhile Willy Walsh said a couple of weeks ago that IAG a considerably larger organisation with a much bigger interest in the UK market was seeing no disernable effect on its business relating to Brexit.Brexit gets the blame for everything these days. It has become the go-to excuse for everyone and everything. I do wish people would tell the truth rather than just finding the nearest get out clause.
Well i'd imagine ot would effect each airline group differently. If you look at TAP they would be targeting transfer traffic to south america and africa which i'd have thought would be a weaker market than IAGs main markets, the USA and London to Europe.Meanwhile Willy Walsh said a couple of weeks ago that IAG a considerably larger organisation with a much bigger interest in the UK market was seeing no disernable effect on its business relating to Brexit.
One of many examples was quoted by Aviador in post 344 above http://atwonline.com/airports-routes/tap-air-portugal-axes-london-city-flights-brexit-concernsAnd how do you know it is not the truth ?
But LCY as far as I am aware is a niche market serving the city of London, a very different market to airlines who may serve the other London airports. Things like Brexit or the uncertainty of Brexit possibly could tip the balance on routes such as this from an airport such as LCY.(You will note that capacity to other London airports will be increased. So no Brexit problems there then. Just a poorly performing route but the Brexit excuse rolled out again.)