• The CAA’s scheme of charges offers ATOL holders a reduction in renewal fees when they meet all of the following requirements:

    • maintain a Direct Debit mandate for payment of ATOL charges
    • maintain a Direct Debit mandate for collection of APC
    • submit all APC returns into the CAA’s online APC system

    The full CAA scheme of charges can be viewed here and a summary of the charges that would apply for those whose current ATOL expires on 31 March 2018 are set out in the table below.

    Complete 31 March 2018 renewal application and all supporting information received by 1 February 2018

    Licence type Without all of direct debit for payment of APC, licence fees and online APC reporting Direct debit entered into and maintained for payment of APC and licence fees and submission of online APC reporting
    Standard ATOL £1,203 £1,061
    Trade ATOL £1,203 £1,061
    Small business ATOL £842 £700
    Franchise ATOL - more than 1,000 passengers £1,203 £1,061
    Franchise ATOL - up to 1,000 passengers £502 £452

    Complete 31 March 2018 renewal application and all supporting information received after 1 February 2018

    Licence type Without all of direct debit for payment of APC, licence fees and online APC reporting Direct debit entered into and maintained for payment of APC and licence fees and submission of online APC reporting
    Standard ATOL £1,421 £1,243
    Trade ATOL £1,421 £1,243
    Small business ATOL £979 £903
    Franchise ATOL - more than 1,000 passengers £1,421 £1,243
    Franchise ATOL - up to 1,000 passengers £502 £452

    APC is payable to the Air Travel Trust and licence fees are payable to the CAA. Separate direct debits must be entered into with each.

    To register online APC reporting email the APC team ensuring that you give your ATOL number in the subject line.