What Does No-Deal Brexit Really Mean for British-Austrian Travel Behaviour?

Published: February 13, 2019; 11:46 · (Vindobona)

As of March 29, 2019 at 11.00 p.m. (UTC Universal Time Coordinated) or March 30, 2019 at 00:00 (CET Central European Time) the United Kingdom is no longer an EU member and is to be treated as such by Austria. In order to close the legal gaps in the course of a disorderly Brexit, a comprehensive law is in preparation. This law will be subject to numerous amendments in several Austrian ministries. The main areas affected are civil rights (in particular right of residence, social security), transport and customs. In following we look at the effects of the No-Deal-Brexit on travel behaviour.

Effects of the No-Deal-Brexit in detail on travel behaviour / Picture: © English and Austrian crossed flags by Vindobona

Brexit "No-Deal-Scenario" - Effects of a disorderly exit on UK-Austria relations

The effects of resigning without a resignation agreement would be manifold.

The main areas affected would be civil rights (in particular right of residence, social security), transport and customs.

In order to fill the legal gaps that could arise in the course of a…

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