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Airline Stocks Soar As A Brexit-Free Summer Opens Up Travel Plans For Many

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Airline Stocks Soar As A Brexit-Free Summer Opens Up Travel Plans For Many

Airline Stocks Soar As A Brexit-Free Summer Opens Up Travel Plans For Many

Business Insider reports that shares in airline stocks rose on Thursday following the newly announced Brexit delay.

Ryanair, British Airways-owner IAG, easyJet, and other airline stocks climbed as investors were optimistic that the delay in the UK leaving the EU will prompt a surge in summer-vacation bookings.

EasyJet warned last week that Europeans were holding off on buying plane tickets to and from the UK due to the &quot;many unanswered questions surrounding Brexit.

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