Dover to Calais bookings rise by more than 50% after decision to delay departure from EU

Ferry services to Europe have reported a surge in ticket sales of more than 50% as holidaymakers flocked to book summer breaks after Brexit was delayed.

Holidaymakers had been warned of potential difficulties travelling to the continent, especially by car and ferry, in the event of a no-deal Brexit. The decision to put Britain’s proposed date of departure from the European Union back from 29 March to at least the end of May, and possibly 31 October, has unleashed a wave of summer bookings.

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