Brexit Holiday Guarantee
We appreciate that our clients may be worried about Brexit and what it means for holidays to Malta, but please rest assured that with Chevron you are in safe hands.
Whatever happens, flights will still operate between the UK and Malta and our clients will always be valued by Maltese hoteliers.
Furthermore, booking a package holiday with a reputable UK travel company means that your holiday will be protected under the Package Travel Regulations, so even in the unlikely event that your holiday cannot be provided, you will be entitled to a full refund.
As to documents, it is recommended that your passport is valid for six months after your planned date of arrival in an EU country. You can use the Government's online tool
to check if your passport will be valid in specific European countries in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
The European Commission has also confirmed that UK travellers will not need to apply for a visa if travelling this year; however from 2021 they may be required to pay a fee of €7 to enter the EU.
If the UK leaves the EU without a deal, access to healthcare when visiting Malta is likely to change.
If you are using a European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) issued by the UK, this will still be valid until 29 March 2019, however the UK government is seeking agreements on health care arrangements after that date and so all travellers should always ensure that they have appropriate travel insurance.
Please note, this is a changing situation, so we will update this guide as Brexit approaches.
If you are still confused or require any additional information, please contact our staff who will be more than happy to offer assurance or answer any specific questions you may have.