Abta has moved to reassure the industry after the foreign secretary admitted there could be disruption to travel across Europe from 1 January under Covid rules after Britain leaves the EU.
The European Union currently has strict pandemic safety rules barring entry to most countries outside the union with high Covid rates.
Dominic Raab acknowledged Brits will be beholden to what "the EU decides".
The Sun reports Raab told BBC Radio 4: "Covid restrictions will depend on the combination of what the EU decides, but also member states.
"We have already got challenges with that and we have put our own restrictions in place."
He added: "I’m afraid restriction on travel, inevitably, is going to be something that is kept under review."
An Abta spokesperson said: “The EU has sought to adopt a common approach to travel restrictions, but this is only a recommendation and individual countries are able to implement their own measures, including options like travel corridors and testing.
"It is too early to say what restrictions might be in place on 1 January, given the uncertain nature of the pandemic, but we know that UK travellers are hugely important to a number of EU destinations, including some winter-sun favourites like the Canary Islands and Madeira.”