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London.—Spanish government officials have met with leading British tour operators to discuss contingency plans to ensure millions of British tourists can still visit Spain in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
Tourism Minister Reyes Maroto held talks this week with the heads of some of Britain’s biggest travel companies, including Thomas Cook, to draw up proposals in case Britain crashes out of the EU with no withdrawal agreement in place. About 18 million British tourists travel to Spain each year, accounting for nearly one-quarter of all visitors. Maroto visited the World Travel Market fair in London this week.
The Balearic Minister for Tourism, Bel Busquets, said this week that Brexit was so far not affecting holiday sales to the islands in Britain.