The way you interact with border control has changed. You must now travel with a return/onward ticket, have enough funds for the duration of your stay, and any UK citizens travelling into the EU will need to use the non-EU/EEA/Swiss Citizens lanes on arrival.
Please be aware that there may be significant delays at border control due to global travel restrictions. Plan your journey accordingly, and look for Fast Track services, like Clarity’s FastTrack VIP service, which can cut waiting times in the airport significantly.
Contact your Clarity team or Account Manager for further details.
There will be no changes to airport security screening because of Brexit.
Any passengers flying from the UK will continue to transfer to onward flights at EU airports without extra security screening. This will also be the case at airports in Switzerland, Norway and Iceland. There will also be no impact on direct flights to non-EU countries.
EU, EEA and Swiss citizens can continue using automatic eGates at dedicated airports so long as a biometric symbol is on the cover of their passport and aged 12 or over. Please be aware, that UK nationals can no longer use eGates.
If your flight departs from UK, existing air passenger rights remain. For EU registered airlines, EU law will continue to apply for flights to and from the EU
As some travellers choose a more sustainable way to journey across Europe, such as rail, passengers crossing the border will be protected by UK law. Read more here.
Don’t forget – if you carry more than GBP10,000 in cash with you, this will need to be declared.