There are different types of ATOL licence depending on the type of business you operate.
A summary of each ATOL licence can be found below, each has a link to further detail about the licence type and information on how to apply. The application process may be different dependent upon which ATOL your require.
More about the Standard ATOL
More about the Small Business ATOL (SBA)
More about the Franchise ATOL
More about accredited bodies
More about the Trade ATOL
The CAA considers applications on a case by case basis, however it will generally deem an application withdrawn if an applicant has not actively pursued the application (e.g. by not providing information requested in writing by the CAA) within a reasonable period of time, or by going out of communication entirely for 2 months or more.
An applicant can also request in writing that its application be considered as withdrawn.
Where an application is withdrawn or deemed to be withdrawn, no refund will be due.
If a business subsequently wishes to 're-activate' its application, a new application will need to be made, with the payment of a further application fee and the submission of a new application form and supporting documents.
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