ORS 3 includes, amongst other information: the ATOL Standard Terms, the Accredited Body Standard
Terms, exemptions from the ATOL and ATT Regulations.
We produce a number of ATOL policy publications providing further information on specified subjects, for example
fitness criteria and financial criteria.
The CAA is responsible for enforcing the ATOL Regulations that stand behind the ATOL system.
In most cases we take an educational and advisory role, but on occasions we will have to take action which may lead
to a business being prosecuted.
Information & advice for anyone affected by All Leisure Holidays stopping trading available at https://t.co/hVg7wQeKyW #atolprotection
3 months ago
CAA is supporting All Leisure Holidays' #ATOLprotected customers after the company stopped trading - customers will be able to claim refunds
3 months ago
Over a million people a day expected to book holidays this week https://t.co/LZf9JKwScy - if you're one of them, remember to check for #ATOL
4 months ago
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