The scheme should be fairly straightforward with ETIAS issued in minutes in some cases, however, there are fears it will spark extra queues at borders.
The ETIAS aims to improve security at borders, but already the Port of Dover has warned its introduction could cause lengthy delays at the border.
The European Commission has said the scheme will have a “minimal effect” on those travelling to the EU, but with months of airport chaos impacting holidays for Britons this year, some are fearing the worst.
Once the ETIAS is introduced, will you travel to EU countries? Will you opt for a new holiday destination?
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