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But I can't fly from Paris Charles de Gaulle or any other airports in Europe. Is that because of Brexit? And what's the purpose of opening a hub in the EU if you can't fly out of it?


The UK is still in the EU. You can fly between any 2 EU airports, or from the UK to outside the EU. Otherwise, play in an open world.
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There's faults in this - New Caledonia and Reunion should both be considered as within the EU.



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The same for French Guiana



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They're part of France and hence can use the benefits of that :P


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So  I have this problem where my home country is in Egypt. But now at this point I am having issues finding flights to other airports outside of Egypt, because of political restrictions. Does making a hub affect these political restrictions, or does it not. I really am at a dead end in this airline, because political restrictions are keeping me from adding new routes. I bought a new aircraft and when I wanted to fly it. I couldn't find a route that allowed me to do it, because there were political restrictions. I ultimately ended up selling the aircraft, because It would make me bankrupt if I just left it sitting there, and it not bringing in any income.



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No, making a hub does not affect your political restrictions status. 



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I fully agree with a lot of people in this discussion, this "political restriction" does not follow the EU Open Skies treaty at all by not allowing flights from a secondary country you did not base in, yet is still in the EU to a country outside of the Union should be allowed, as it is clearly such in real life and would make way more sense.

If you want examples of this, simply take a look at Norwegian who operates using a Irish/UK/Norwegian/Swedish/Danish AOC yet still flies from Amsterdam, Madrid, Barcelona and Italy to the US. It makes no sense to only lock this treaty inside the European Union.






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