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GENERAL-REJECT

Brexitowy Poradnik

Brexitowy Poradnik

Brexitu

W DFDS wszystko dzieje się jak zwykle, bez względu na wynik Brexitu.

Transition period

Po wynikach wyborów parlamentarnych oczekujemy, że porozumienie Brexit z UE zostanie przyjęte przez Parlament, co spowoduje, że Wielka Brytania opuści UE 31 stycznia.

Wyjście z UE na podstawie umowy oznacza, że od 31 stycznia Wielka Brytania automatycznie przejdzie w „okres przejściowy”, przynajmniej do grudnia 2020 r.

Chociaż Wielka Brytania opuści UE, okres przejściowy oznacza, że Wielka Brytania będzie nadal znajdować się w strefie ekonomicznej UE: jednolitym rynku i unii celnej tak jak do tej pory.

Będziemy oczywiście monitorować rozwijającą się sytuację i odpowiednio aktualizować nasze wytyczne.

My Booking

Will Brexit affect my booking?

Brexit will not affect your booking, although some travel requirements may change dependent on the outcome.

Latest information can be found here on how to prepare and what steps you may need to take.

https://www.gov.uk/prepare-eu-exit/going-and-being-abroad

Passports and ID Cards

Will my current passport be valid for travel to Europe after Brexit?

Check the issue date of your passport. You may be required to have at least 6 months validity remaining on your passport for outward travel and 3 months validity when you return from the last country visited in the Schengen area.

To check the time remaining on your passport, go to: https://www.passport.service.gov.uk/check-a-passport

Can EU citizens still travel to the UK with an ID Card?

Yes, in the short-term, however ID cards are likely to be withdrawn over time. Travelling with a full passport is a safe option.

For the European Commission's current travel proposal, go to: https://ec.europa.eu/info/sites/info/files/brexit_files/info_site/travelling.pdf

How can I renew my passport?

The easiest and quickest way to renew your passport is to use one of the online services: https://www.gov.uk/apply-renew-passport

Visas and the European Health Insurance Card (EHIC)

Will I need a Visa to travel to the EU after Brexit?

British Citizens will not need visas for short term stays of up to 90 days, in a 180 day period.

Will the European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) still be valid?

No. There will be no reciprocal healthcare agreement. Individuals should ensure they have adequate private travel insurance, to cover all medical treatment and costs.

For more information go to: https://www.gov.uk/european-health-insurance-card

Will I need an ETIAS (European Travel Information and Authorisation System) visa?

From 2021, UK visitors travelling to the Schengen area will need to complete an online application prior to travel. This is the ETIAS visa – valid for 3 years and allowing unlimited entries into Europe during that time.

For more information go to: https://www.etiasvisa.com/

What is the Schengen area?

Travel by British passport holders to all of countries in the Schengen area, will be affected.

For a list of these countries, go to: https://www.axa-schengen.com/english/schengen-countries.html

Driving in Europe

Will I need to apply for an International Driving Permit to drive in Europe?

In the event of a No Deal driving licences may no longer be valid by themselves, and an International Driving Permit (IDP) may be necessary.

Anyone travelling immediately before or after 31 October 2019, should consider obtaining the relevant IDP before travelling, as a precaution. The cost of an IDP is £5.50 and can be made via the Post Office.

For more information and guidance on driving in the EU go to: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/prepare-to-drive-in-the-eu-after-brexit

What about my European driving insurance?

Check that you are covered to drive in Europe with your insurance provider. It may be necessary to obtain and carry a Green Card, demonstrating the validity of your insurance when driving abroad. These are provided by your insurance company, often at no cost.

Further information on Green Cards from the AA can be found here: https://www.theaa.com/about-us/newsroom/insurance-news/drivers-might-need-green-cards-again

Pet Travel

Can I still take my pet on holiday with me?

Yes; it is likely that the current pet passport arrangements for dogs, cats and ferrets would continue under the EU Pet Travel Scheme.

If not, and the UK is excluded from the scheme however, your pet may need different certification or additional checks.

For more information, go to: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/pet-travel-to-europe-after-brexit

If the UK leaves the EU without a deal, the rules for travelling to EU countries with your pet will change. You should start the process at least 4 months before you travel.

For more information, see: https://www.gov.uk/take-pet-abroad/pet-passport

Traffic and Customs Information

Will there be long queues at ports for tourist traffic?

Additional checks will apply mainly to the freight/commercial sector and British passport holders travelling to Europe for leisure purposes, should not experience many changes to the way they currently travel through the ferry ports.

What about customs entering Europe from the UK?

There may be a change in customs requirements which could result in the need to declare some goods purchased in the UK, as well as restrictions on transporting some food items into Europe from the UK.

For more information, go to: https://ec.europa.eu/info/sites/info/files/brexit_files/info_site/travelling.pdf

And entering the UK from Europe?

There should be no additional checks or longer waiting periods at border controls than currently experienced.

Data Roaming

In the event of a no Deal surcharge free roaming when you travel to the EU may no longer be guaranteed, more information can be found HERE.

Zdobywamy nagrody!

Zostaliśmy czołowym operatorem promów w Europie w latach 2012–2019 i czołowym operatorem promów na świecie w latach 2011–2019!