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Three years on from our departure from the EU, UK travellers face more delays and paperwork when travelling to Europe – and 2023 will bring new checks
Trains are leaving Amsterdam Centraal station almost three-quarters empty in an attempt to avoid long queues.
The high-speed train service under the English Channel is leaving many seats unfilled, rather than risk delays caused by more rigorous passport checks for Britons.
Eurostar has warned that Brexit formalities are threatening its business, although it is holding out hopes that a new digital immigration system will simplify the procedure in due course.
Eurostar has been forced to run trains with a large number of empty seats between London and its destinations in Europe, in order to prevent backups at border checkpoints at its stations.
Cross-Channel train operator Eurostar complained Tuesday that slower post-Brexit passport checks for travellers are forcing it to run some services almost one-third empty.
ondon trains leave Amsterdam at least 78% empty because of constraints on UK border checks. / Thousands of seats are deliberately going unsold on Eurostar trains every day as the cross-Channel train operator struggles with post-Brexit passport controls.
MASSIVE airport queues on the continent after the EU brings in new visas for British citizens this year may contribute to a wider sense that "Brexit is not working" a report this week will warn.
Jonathon Lane had to purchase an emergency passport and missed four days of his family holiday in Sharm el Sheikh, Egypt after easyJet staff stopped him from boarding at Gatwick Airport.
Summer 2023 could spell additional trouble for the UK travel industry, with over half of rail and airline operators worrying about future staffing shortages – and almost 40 per cent blaming Brexit.
The maximum stay in most European countries is strictly limited for Britons post-Brexit, with holidaymakers only able to visit for a total of just under three months in any 180-day period. Here’s what to watch out for.
Life has just become much simpler for traders and millions of foreign visitors to Croatia from within the EU – but tougher for British travellers.
UK-based travel businesses are facing “significant” operational challenges organising trips to the EU following Brexit, according to the travel association ABTA.
Mark Tanzer, chief executive of travel trade organisation Abta, said the possible removal of consumer protections could be ‘profound’.
The European Union's new Entry Exit System could see much longer queues at UK ports including Dover and St Pancras International, Folkestone and Dover when it comes into force next year.
Entry-Exit System that UK asked to be subject to could cause serious snarl-ups at ports and airports.
Charlie Cornish says departure from EU has harmed UK aviation sector’s ability to recruit workers.
Thousands of British expats are unable to obtain driving licences – and some say the isolation and difficulty of not being able to drive has harmed their health.
The number of foreign student trips organised to the UK by specialist European tour operators this year is down 83% compared to pre-pandemic 2019, largely due to a post-Brexit passport rule change.
Border Communities Against Brexit have roundly condemned the planned move to introduce a new Electronic Authorisation Scheme for non Irish and UK cross border visitors in the new year.
British people heading to European Union countries from next year will have to apply for a European Travel Information and Authorisation System visa four days before travel.
Brittany Ferries has seen a huge fall in the number of people travelling between Plymouth and France with Brexit being blamed.
Controversial Tory bill set to inflict further damage on businesses, with no clues yet about incoming legislation.
Dora Imoniverha was barred from flying from Lagos in Nigeria to see her daughters in the UK by Dutch airline KLM because she did not have the right post-Brexit visa.
Senior politicians from Guernsey have attended a series of meetings in France to discuss joint working and matters affecting communities on both sides.