To make sure your holiday is protected, look for the ATOL logo in your travel company’s brochures, adverts and websites. Your travel company should also be able to tell you if ATOL protection applies.
To check the ATOL details of your travel company, please use our ATOL Holder Search facility.
The ATOL logo is reproduced in the image below:
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one month ago
Correct link below for further information on the collapse of #ATOL holder, Jewel in the Crown Holidays Ltd https://t.co/Ej2zqbKH1D
4 months ago
Look out for your #ATOL certificate when booking holidays. More info at https://t.co/8fmZTGos06 #passengers https://t.co/OlaIwBEGdY
6 months ago
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