Mobility and Transport

Brexit and the transport sector

Brexit and the transport sector

25/05/2018

(Updated news. Originally posted on 11 December 2017)

The United Kingdom submitted on 29 March 2017 the notification of its intention to withdraw from the European Union. This means that unless a ratified withdrawal agreement establishes another date or the period is extended by the European Council, all Union primary and secondary law will cease to apply to the United Kingdom from 30 March 2019, 00:00h (CET).  The notices below outline the consequences on air and road transport as well as on seafarer qualifications:

 

PDF iconNotice to stakeholders - road transport

PDF iconNotice to stakeholders - seafarer qualifications

PDF iconNotice to stakeholders - air transport

PDF iconNotice to stakeholders - rail transport (updated)

PDF iconNotice to stakeholders - maritime transport

PDF iconNotice to stakeholders - consumer protection and passenger rights

PDF iconNotice to stakeholders - inland waterways

PDF iconNotice to stakeholders - aviation safety

PDF iconNotice to stakeholders - Withdrawal of the United Kingdom and EU rules in the field of aviation security and maritime security

 

Internal EU27 preparatory discussions on the framework for the future relationship: