What Brexit means for your flight

What Brexit means for your flight

Last updated: 20 August 2021, 08:45

We understand that Brexit may be in the back of your mind when it comes to going abroad now the transition period for leaving the European Union has ended. That’s why we’ve put together some handy info and guidance on everything we know so far.

Please remember this information can change and is correct at the time of publish. It’s best you keep checking the government website for the latest information.

Key steps for travelling after Brexit

For all trips to the European Union, Switzerland and Iceland from 1 January 2021, there are three key things you need to do before you take off:

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Will Jet2.com flights still be available?

Will visas be needed for flights in the EU?

Can I take food with me on my flight?

Will my burgundy passport still be valid?

Can I still drive a hire car in the EU?

Can I still use my European Health Insurance Card (EHIC)?

How will Brexit affect travel insurance?

Can I take my assistance dog onboard Jet2.com flights to the EU?

Will roaming fees for mobile phones change?

Are all Jet2.com destinations affected by the UK leaving the EU?

Any other questions?

For more information on Brexit, please visit gov.uk/visit-europe-brexit