If the UK economy moves into recession, companies will look to slash their corporate travel budget. Full service carriers like British Airways are likely to take the bigger hit, which could benefit low-cost airlines like easyJet.
Given how crummy some airline websites are, it makes sense EasyJet is not looking to competitors for digital inspiration.
U.S. airlines might be reporting near record profits, but that's not the case in Europe, where travelers are fearful.
It looks like flyers are getting even cheaper fares than usual on Britain's budget airline this summer. But this level of discounting isn't sustainable for Easyjet.
Budget airlines' strategy of focusing on direct bookings allows them to grab a larger share of web traffic and gain ground in the direct booking wars.
Despite all the sabre-rattling, it could be business as usual for Europe's low cost carriers even if the United Kingdom leaves the EU.
Stocks for both European and U.S. carriers took a hit following the Brexit vote due to fears of less short-term travel in and out of the U.K.
Two of Great Britain's largest airline companies fear the Brexit will be bad for business, as passengers may cut back on travel.
It's going to be a bumpy few weeks (or months, or years) as the implications of the vote unfold.