The CEO of the budget Irish airline is due to meet with Chris Grayling to discuss the future of Open Skies.
Brexit will be firmly on the agenda, as the March 2019 date marks the end of the Open Skies Agreement, unless another deal is struck.
Michael O’Leary has been vocal in recent months about the real possibility of no flights between the UK and EU once Britain leaves.
Ryanair and other airlines have called on the UK government to reach an aviation agreement with the bloc as a matter of urgency.
The Transport Secretary meeting will be an opportunity for Mr O’Leary to further push this agenda.
Where does Ryanair stand on Brexit?
Last month the Ryanair boss told the European Parliament’s Transport and Tourism Committee: “There is a real prospect, and we need to deal with this, that there are going to be no flights between the UK and Europe for a period of weeks, months beyond March 2019.
“There is not going to be an interim agreement… we will be cancelling people’s holidays for summer of 2019″…Fuente: http://www.express.co.uk/travel/articles/835954/Ryanair-Brexit-Michael-OLeary-Chris-Grayling