Airbus new BelugaXL super transport aircraft arriving for the first time at the company's wing assembly plant at Broughton, near Chester, UK, February 1
LONDON (Reuters) – Airbus said on Sunday it must be "difficult decisions "about future investment if the UK crashes out of the EU without an agreement, adding that it had already spent millions of euros in preparation.
"There is no such thing as a managed" no deal ", it is totally disastrous for us," said senior vice president Katherine Bennett of the BBC's Andrew Marr.
"Some difficult decisions must be made if there is nothing (…) we need to look at future investments."
She said that Airbus had already used "tens of millions of euros" to prepare for Brexit, such as inventory parts and security of IT systems.
Reporting by Paul Sandle; Editing by Mark Potter