It is not yet clear what will happen in case of a no-deal Brexit. It depends on ad hoc regulations to be made, when it happens.
A no deal Brexit could mean UK travelers having to obtain a Schengen visa to travel to the EU, long queues at passport control, as well as a lack of agreed regulations governing flights between Britain and the EU.
The above is the worst case scenario, if really nothing gets regulated. That would be in nobody's interest. So we have to wait, and see.The fresh news of today
, 1st February, 2019:EU agrees visa-free travel for UK citizens even after no-deal Brexit - but Gibraltar 'colony' row flares up
Britons won't need a visa for short stays in Europe - but the government is angered by Gibraltar being branded a "colony".
The EU has agreed to allow UK citizens visa-free travel to the continent - even after a no-deal Brexit - but the proposal has risked a fresh row over Gibraltar.
EU ambassadors agreed on Friday that Britons travelling to the bloc's borderless Schengen area - made up of 26 European countries - should be granted visa-free travel for a short stay.
This is defined as 90 days in any 180 days.
A document detailing the proposal states: "Considering the geographical proximity, the link between economies, the level of trade and the extent of short-term movements of persons between the UK and the Union for business, leisure or other purposes, visa-free travel should facilitate tourism and economic activity, thereby bringing benefits to the Union."
The decision will now be passed to the European Parliament, who last month supported visa-free travel even in the event of a no-deal Brexit, to pass into legislation.
The UK government welcomed the news, but a row threatened to blow up after Gibraltar was referred to as "a colony of the British Crown" in the same document.
Reportedly inserted at the request of Spain, a footnote states: "Gibraltar is a colony of the British Crown. There is a controversy between Spain and the United Kingdom concerning the sovereignty over Gibraltar, a territory for which a solution has to be reached in light of the relevant resolutions and decisions of the General Assembly of the United Nations."
From: https://news.sky.com/story/eu-agrees-to ... t-11624541