British holidaymakers planning on travelling immediately after Brexit must renew their passports this week, or risk being unable to leave the country.
If there’s a no-deal Brexit, today is your last chance to renew your passport if you want to be able to travel on 30 March.
Everything you need to know about new rules, and how to avoid disruption to your holiday
UK holidaymakers could face queues several hours long at Spanish airports in event of no-deal Brexit
Millions of British travellers have been warned that they could face up to three hour delays at immigration because of extra border checks required by Brussels if the UK crashes out of the EU without a deal. We’ve looked at the busiest airports for British passengers, to see which are likely to be worst affected.
A no-deal Brexit will leave millions of British holidaymakers with valid passports unable to travel to France, Spain and other Schengen Zone countries after March 29.
Iata warns of possible travel chaos in event of no-deal Brexit. Airlines accused of failing to warn passengers of potential travel disruption.
British holidaymakers travelling to Schengen EU countries will have to pay a €7 visa fee, the European Commission has confirmed. Like the American ESTA visa-waiver system, travellers have to pre-register their...
From grounded flights to bus trips that can't make it across the Channel, and UK driving licences becoming worthless in Europe, it's clear that a no-deal Brexit could cause chaos for anyone who travels. It will potentially leave tourists stranded abroad and make holidays more expensive and inconvenient for millions of people.
Millions of holidaymakers are unclear about the consequences of flight disruption if there’s no government aviation deal in place once the UK leaves the EU, Which? has found. As people...