I have just done that! Ha ha!
Logistics and Transport
That's assuming the planes can fly in a No Deal. Auirlines must be compliant with the EU's ownership and control regs to retain their operating licences. If they don't have the operating licence, they don't take off.korolev wrote: ↑Mon Feb 04, 2019 1:51 pmI have 10 days in Corfu in September and a week in Spain in April. I may also be going to Paris in May.
The worst waits I have had in the last 20 years have all been at Gatwick coming back and, in the event of no-deal it would probably mean shorter queues as all EU citizens might have to be checked manually. In reality though, I suspect everything will just bimble along same as ever (disinterested Greek/Spanish immigration & treated like Osama bin Laden by UK immigration).
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