Brexit and Travel in the News
Brexit has been in the news again this weekend, and we just wanted to reassure our existing and future customers about travel in March 2019 and beyond.
The whole of the Travel Industry has been working to ensure that Brexit does not have a negative effect on people’s holidays.
An ABTA spokesperson has said:
“Number 10 has said that the content of the report in the Sunday Times is categorically untrue.
“The European Commission has said that even in a no-deal scenario, flights will still operate between the UK and EU, and a visa is not required.
“ABTA is providing holidaymakers and travellers with advice about Brexit and travel, including on pet passports and driving licences, which can be found at abta.com/brexit.”
As always, you are more than welcome to give us a call to talk through any aspect of your holiday with us, from Brexit to ski school.
We're here to help you have the best holiday
We are confident that your holiday with any of our family of companies will be fantastic no matter when or where you travel with us. Our service levels mean we are uniquely placed to help you have the best holiday, whether that be dealing with Brexit or helping you book ski school.
Also remember, Norway isn’t in the EU, so your holiday to Norway won’t be affected by Brexit.
The chaps at skiNorway are so confident about that they are happy to promise skiNorway customers a 100% refund if their flight is unable to operate because of Brexit.