As we began exploring in a series of Atlas articles on Brexit, the United Kingdom’s vote to leave the European Union is having a major ripple effect on the travel industry. Today we are looking at what should be on travel managers’ (TM) radars as they prepare their travellers and programs for a post-Brexit world. And if you haven’t yet, be sure to read our other two Brexit articles — about how British business travelers heading to the EU as well as how Europeans going to the UK will be impacted — since you’re bound to get lots of questions from your traveling employees.
It’s unlikely that the UK will crash out of the EU come 29 March. However, to help our clients and their travelers prepare for this rare scenario, here’s a guide on some travel-related changes to expect if the UK does leave the EU without a deal or delay next week.
Here we are looking at how the UK's decision to exit the European Union has been affecting UK-bound business travelers and what will happen leading up to and after the process is final in March 2019.