The scheme should be fairly simple, with ETIAS being issued within minutes in some cases, but fears will lead to additional queues at the borders.
The aim of ETIAS is to improve security at the borders, but the Port of Dover has already warned that its implementation could lead to lengthy delays at the border.
The European Commission has said the scheme will have “minimal effect” on those traveling to the EU, but with months of airport chaos impacting holidays for Brits this year, some fear the worst.
Are you going to travel to EU countries once the ETIAS has been introduced? Are you opting for a new holiday destination?