You might think the current Brexit controversy in Britain doesn’t affect you. But if you want to travel to Europe, it just might have a direct and positive impact on your plans and on your wallet.
The uncertainty surrounding Britain’s exit from the European Union has resulted in a drop in the number of British travelers leaving the country.
This means more empty seats and new lower fares, especially during the first three months of 2019.
That’s for trips both leaving Britain or traveling
from there to European Union countries. I have one caution though. Plan your new discounted trip before March 29th. That’s the deadline for the Brexit exit.