TUI, Thomas Cook, international airlines and European destinations could all be impacted if the UK leaves the EU next March without an agreement covering key issues for the travel and tourism industry
What kind of Brexit will there be? Hard, soft or something in-between? This question remains unclear despite yesterday’s agreement between London and Brussels, which requires political approval by the British Parliament and EU states in the coming weeks.
Fears remain that the UK’s exit from the European Union on March 29, 2019 will have major economic consequences across many industries. These could include the aviation industry and pan-European tourism groups such as TUI and Thomas Cook in particular. Many vital questions remain open, according to an article in the latest issue of fvw.
What about tourism group employees working abroad?