If delays continue many travelers will not bother using the Chunnel which could hurt those that couldn't otherwise afford to travel.
Travel to the U.S. is more resilient than some other countries, but there are already warning signs that the current climate should be cause for concern.
Here's hoping the Channel Tunnel will remain open, despite the Brexit vote and despite its recent financial struggles.
While we don't have Burberry on our shopping list, we look forward to feeling less squeezed this summer when we visit London. It's a feeling that most visitors have practically forgotten.
This is not immaterial to UK travel. They need Americans to (continue to) come flocking and spend as much as they can. As much as it may hurt, VisitBritain and other interests will need to pitch the potential big savings of their destination in the months ahead.
Some EU nations will be more affected than others by Britain's decision to leave, but there will be fallout for all.
For now nothing will change, except significant spending power impact for British travelers abroad. And pestering questions from whoever meets British travelers along the way: what the hell were you thinking, UK?
O'Leary has long bemoaned the EU and its meddling in the affairs of business, but he also recognizes that Ryanair's business is the better because of the meddling.
The good news? No matter how bad this goes down it will look wonderful when compared to the Rio Olympic games.
Booking sites are prominent throughout the online trip-planning process for U.K. travelers and while they're one of the most used channels for booking, airline and hotel sites become more important when travelers are ready to pull the trigger. Offline travel agents and tour operators are big, too, but not covered by this survey.