ABTA Dismisses No-deal Brexit Holiday Warning

The government and ABTA have dismissed the claim that holidaymakers will be advised not to book travel after March next year after The Sunday Times reported on a ‘government leak’.

It has been confirmed by the government that this news story is ‘categorically untrue’.

In response to this, ABTA has released a statement, a copy of which is below:

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.

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