The company noted that current plans for a transition period ending in December 2020 were not good enough, leaving the plane maker with too little time to adapt its supply chain and preventing it from expanding its British supplier base.
He said that record numbers of jobs have been created since the result - joking that this included 'no fewer than eight for the former Chancellor [George Osborne] and chief architect of Project Fear, who has become a glorious living rebuttal of his own preposterous warnings'.
"If there is a no deal Brexit, it will be catastrophic for this country, and catastrophic for Airbus and our supply chain", she told Reuters in an interview. Airbus has 14,000 workers in the United Kingdom and its suppliers employ several times that number.
'In case of the United Kingdom leaving the EU without a deal on the 29th March 2019, there would be no Transition Phase, the United Kingdom would leave the Single Market, the Customs Union and the European Court of Justice jurisdiction.
'They want this government to fulfil the mandate of the people and deliver a full British Brexit'.
Particularly in the case of manufacturing sectors, which in Wales are so important in providing high-paid, high-skilled jobs.
"While Airbus understands that the political process must go on, as a responsible business we require immediate details on the pragmatic steps that should be taken to operate competitively". Therefore, immediate mitigation measures would need to be accelerated.
We have sought to highlight our concerns over the past 12 months, without success.
Meanwhile, Conservative MP Stephen Crabb described the news as a "wake-up call".
Meanwhile, in the Daily Express, Brexit Secretary David Davis said the UK's departure from the European Union was going to be "fantastic" and the prime minister was going to get a "good deal" from Brussels. Its stark warnings of the uncertainty facing the aerospace industry can not be dismissed by ministers and "hard Brexiteers".
"People voted to leave the European Union, but didn't back leave to lose their jobs and see their livelihoods smashed on the cliff face of a "hard Brexit".
"If the answer is no, then the Government needs to provide certainty over the UK's relationship with the European Union to unlock investment by securing frictionless trade and a regulatory framework agreement for the aerospace industry as a matter of urgency".
"The announcement from Airbus is extremely worrying".
Mr Jones said businesses had a right to expect more certainty two years on from the referendum.