236.A bilateral air services agreement, if it retained access to the current airline market, should recognise the right of UK airlines to fly non-stop between EU Member States and to fly within EU Member States. Given the size of its air transport sector, the UK should have an influence on the negotiations, but we see that there is no precedent for the inclusion of the right to domestic flights within an EU Member State in a comprehensive bilateral air services agreement. These agreements will ensure the continuity of agreements with the United States, Canada, Brazil and Japan when the United Kingdom leaves the European Union. The AEEC was established in 2006 as an extension of the internal aviation market and is overseen by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), whose legislation is enforced by the Court of Justice of the European Communities (ECJ). During the transition period, the UK will continue to be represented at EASA by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), the national aviation authority, but will no longer play a formal role in decision-making. In order to assist organizations in their own planning, we have listed the assumptions we used to develop our approach to the possible scenario of no aviation safety agreements at the end of the transition period. Our use of these assumptions does not mean that the CAA considers this outcome likely; They allow us, as a responsible regulator, to prepare for all possible eventualities. If this scenario were to occur, we assumed that Amendment No 1 to the Agreement on Cooperation on Civil Aviation Safety Regulation between the European Community and the United States of America EU membership also forms the basis for british airlines` access to the air transport markets of certain third countries. Dr Humphreys said the Commission has acquired „increasing competence to negotiate on behalf of the whole of Europe“ for air transport agreements with third countries.296 The UK has 111 bilateral air services agreements with third countries, but these are supplemented or (in cases where two agreements exist for the same country) by agreements at EU level. including with the UNITED States, Canada, and neighboring countries such as Morocco and Israel.297 Under the ECAA and horizontal agreements, EU airlines with reduced restrictions can fly from the U.K. to 17 other non-ECAA countries like the United States, Australia, and New Zealand. .