(updated August 2019)
Given the current uncertainties around Brexit and the impossibility of knowing at this stage which scenario will apply, the information on this website is subject to change depending of political events.
What if Brexit happens with a withdrawal agreement?
Should the British parliament approve the finalised withdrawal agreement the new date will be 31 October 2019. This scenario seems unlikely today.
What if Brexit happens without a withdrawal agreement?
Without this approval, there will be no transition period. This is what we refer to as a "hard Brexit".
Companies that organize transport from or to the UK must prepare themselves so that, in case of a possible Brexit, there are as few disruptions as possible.
Individuals wishing to travel between the United Kingdom and Belgium must also take into account some changes (see below “Travelling”).
Information from FSP Mobility and Transport
Air passenger rights
- the flights operated by an EU air carrier from an UK airport to an EU airport;
- the flights operated by any air carrier from an EU airport to an UK airport.
Airport transit visa
Travelling – Useful information ( customs controls, prohibitions and restrictions, passport, health, use of automotive vehicles, passenger rights, ...)
Detailed information on all the practical aspects of a trip between the United Kingdom and Belgium can be found in the following European Commission notice:
Travelling between the UK and the EU in the event of a “no deal”: