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Brexit Reassurance

Brexit reassurance

As Brexit day (31 January 2020) approaches, rest assured, when you book your holiday with Riviera Travel, you can do so with complete peace of mind.

On that date, we will enter a transition period lasting until 31 December 2020. This means absolutely nothing will change, there will be no visas, flights will operate as normal and your European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) will continue to be valid.

What’s more, with Riviera Travel, there are no surcharges and no hidden extras. And, if for whatever reason, the price of your holiday increases after you’ve booked, we’ll never ask you to pay more. It’s all part of our price promise and you can find out more here.

The brief guide below will help with any questions you might have, alternatively you can call one of our dedicated experts on 01283 742 300. We look forward to welcoming you soon.

Will I need a visa to travel after Brexit?

No, nothing changes during the transition period.

Will flights still operate?

Airlines will continue to operate flights between the UK and EU as normal.

What if my flight is cancelled? Will I get my money back?

Yes, as we’re fully bonded members of ABTA and ATOL. Of course, we’ll try and find an alternative for you, but if for whatever reason your flights are cancelled for reasons beyond anyone’s control, you’ll get 100% of your money back.

Will my European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) be valid?

Yes, nothing changes during the transition period.

Should I check my passport?

It’s always a good idea to just double check the dates on your passport. If you need to renew, you’ll find details here.