Brexit blues for business travellers
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NEW research has found that 92% of respondents have worries about business travel after Brexit, with concerns centred around visa requirements (39%), delays at passport control (20%) and increased airfares (16%).
Carried out by the DCC Forum, the research also showed only 6% of business travellers believe they will feel happy when Britain leaves the EU next year.
“Businesses need and deserve clearer guidance on how they should be planning for travelling abroad for work after Britain exits the EU next year,” says Gino Ravaioli, Chairman of the DCC Forum.
“Businesses want clarity around what Brexit really means to them, whether it’s visa applications or exchange rate costs, they want reassurance,” he adds.