While tens of thousands of Britons are stuck at airports across Spain and Europe due to an air traffic control glitch in the UK, they may like to know that the European Union is pushing ahead with its new visa scheme for next year and some Britons heading for Mallorca or elsewhere in the EU on business or holiday may be asked to provide additional information or documentation or attend an interview with national authorities.
EU warning for Britons heading to Mallorca next year
Britons run the risk of an ETIAS visa being refused
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