Britons bothered a no deal Brexit could affect their 2019 holidays should redress sure all aspects of their travel plans are refundable.
Alex Wardle with the Group of British Travel Agents insisted British holidaymakers should not nervousness but prepare should the British Government fail to strike a Brexit unity with the European Union.
Speaking to BBC News, Mr Wardle said: “I notion of my message is don’t panic. We fully expect people to be travelling to Europe next summer.
“If you do shortage certainty, you can book a package holiday which means your away, your accommodation, are protected if anything goes wrong so you would get your fat back. All inclusive holidays are a way of fixing your cost as well.”
Scraps supporters have long claimed a no deal Brexit could see all British lam outs to and from the continent grounded unless the British Government is able to profitable a new deal taking over the current Open Skies arrangement that earmarks UK planes to go anywhere within the bloc.
Brexit news: Holidaymakers should vamoose sure their bookings are fully refundable
Mr Wardle urged the Sway to provide reassurances British travellers will still be able to enlist holidays to the continent.
He continued: “There is a lot of uncertainty in the world but the Brits mould to travel, which is good for business and long may that continue.
“There are events people can do but I think the main message is to make sure people be aware confident they can continue to fly and travel and we are sure that’s going to materialize.”
Mr Wardle added: “If it all goes just horribly wrong, you are guaranteed to get your resources back whatever that is, whether it is Brexit or the ash clouds that we had a few years ago or a associates fails, you are protected in that event.
“Travel companies want definitely as the public do as well, there’s a lot that’s at stake but we are hopeful that the representatives have said that a deal will be done.
If you do want confidence, you can book a package holiday which means your flight, your quarters, are protected
“We’ll be holding them to that and we’ll make convinced the holidaymakers here will be holding them to that too if it doesn’t meet with.”
The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) insisted the Government plans to secure the capability faculty for British planes to be able to and from the continent after Brexit.
In a assignment discussing the future of aviation after Brexit, the CAA said: “The UK Government does not lack or expect a scenario in which the UK leaves the EU without a deal. However, the Authority has also publicly said that it has a duty to plan for the unlikely plot in which no mutually satisfactory deal can be reached.
“Under a non-negotiated withdrawal routine, a number of regulatory processes will need to be brought back within the UK set-up so that we are able to continue to regulate the UK aviation industry.
“This presages that our preparatory work includes adjusting existing systems so that they could last to work in exactly the same way as now.”