When travelling in the EU and beyond, it is important you take out travel insurance and check that it covers your current circumstances, including any medical conditions. If a deal is agreed then we will be in a transition period, meaning everything will stay the same until the end of December and flights will continue as normal.
If we leave the EU without a deal, the UK Government recommends that you have six months left on your passport on the date of your arrival in an EU country.
You should also check when your passport was renewed. If the UK leaves without a deal these rules will no longer apply — however, some UK companies have said they may continue to offer this benefit to their customers. To register your interest in applying for the next round of endorsements, due to take place in August-Septemberplease email StartUpTier1Visa greenwich.
While the situation is evolving rapidly, ABTA has put together the following advice, answering common questions and explaining any steps travellers may need to take to avoid any unnecessary disruption due to a no-deal exit.
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