Britons won't need to apply for an EU travel permit until 2024
The European Union has once again postponed the entry into force of the ETIAS travel permit.
United Kingdom passport holders can continue to travel to Schengen countries without any further hurdles until at least the end of 2023 as the European Union has once again delayed the entry into force of the ETIAS travel permit.
ETIAS (European Travel Information and Authorization System) is an online system launched in 2016. It will affect travelers from over 60 countries, including UK citizens, who will need to apply for a travel permit through the official ETIAS website before traveling to the EU.
Although the requirement was supposed to come into force on November 1, 2023, the EU has delayed it until 2024.