Passport rules: The three major things Britons MUST check for before flying to Europe

Thanks to the high level of vaccination though, restrictions are beginning to ease for those who are double-jabbed.

As more people begin to book holidays to Europe, it is important they are aware of new passport rules and how these could impact crossing the border.

Three key passport rules Britons must check before EU travel

1. Make sure your passport is no more than 10 years old

Prior to Brexit, Britons were entitled to additional months of credit if they decided to renew their travel document early.

However, under the EU’s rules, any passport is deemed invalid for travel if it is more than 10 years old – regardless of the expiry date printed on the document.

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