Impact of Brexit on Travel Destination Prices in Britain
Every country that is a member of the European Union tends to benefit very much from the membership due to agreements for trading freely and the additional packages they offer to all the members. Brexit would result to various unpleasant effects to Britain because to some extent restrictions may result, closure from certain markets and definitely the pound would end up weakened due to lack of a single market with other trading countries. Thus, Britain should make an effort of making calculations for all possible effects of Brexit to Britons taking into consideration their economic, personal and professional factors not leaving behind the resultant negative impacts on transport.
It is undoubtedly true that every person who is willing to travel for a holiday overseas may be reluctant on finding that the travelling costs having increase by hundreds of pounds due to lack of a common market. Every traveler would like to have something to eat or to drink on the way while travelling to another place but by Britain leaving the European Union, the cost incurred in purchasing food or drink will drastically increase proving it difficult for the travelers to enjoy the journey and to add an insult to an injury the accommodation fees also increase making everything hard to afford for the travelers. Hence, the life of Britons may become very hard due to low value of the sterling pound that makes them unwilling to make holiday visits.
The most painful thing about Brexit is that it will end up risking consumer protection given to Britons which involves free health offered to those with an insurance card of European health and also risking the package for protecting against financial problems of Briton travelers. In the case whereby the Britain stays out of the European Union for a very long time, the sterling pound will automatically weaken against different currencies thus leading to reduced spending overseas contrary to those residing in Britain. Furthermore, the tendency for European countries to enjoy the presence of many routes, lower fares and more airlines will not be the norm anymore and caps will be imposed on mobile charges.
It is unbelievably true that the services and goods of the people travelling to other countries will increase in cost due to the weaker pound which could lead to more negative impacts on other benefits given to those going for holidays from Britain. It is incredibly true that accessing flights with lower costs will be difficult because of Britain leaving the common market enhanced by European Union. Thus, there will no longer be low cost for the travelers from Britain that people had been enjoying from the enhanced single trade by the European Union and this will definitely lead to unfruitful competition with other countries airlines.