14 Jan 2019
The Department for Transport and HM’s Passport Office have published some useful guidance on travel to EU countries after the 29 March 2019, in the event of no exit deal.
The majority of travel rights and protections will remain
unchanged for most people. Passengers shouldn't experience any
difference to their journeys to the EU - flights, travel by
Eurostar and Eurotunnel, bus and coach journeys and travel by sea.
Travel to non-EU countries will remain unchanged.
However, if you're planning on travelling to most countries in
Europe after the 29 March and we leave with no deal you will need
to ensure you have at least six months left on your passport from
your date of arrival. This applies to both adult and children's
passports. Pet passports issued in the UK will not be valid for
for more detailed guidance.