Rebalancing ATOL - Small business ATOL retained
A number of other measures will be introduced to ensure that all ATOL holders meet a proportionate level of financial resilience.
Collapse of travel company provides timely reminder to check for ATOL protection
Airliner Ltd (ATOL holder 9482) ceased trading on Thursday 22 January, with around 500 forward bookings.
CAA announces four new members of ATIPAC
The Air Travel Insolvency Protection Advisory Committee provides advice on financial protection for air travellers and the customers of air travel organisers.
New look Pack Peace of Mind campaign focuses on the family
The CAA launches its latest Pack Peace of Mind campaign.
Online course launched to improve industry compliance with ATOL regulations
The CAA has today launched a new online training course for ATOL holders.
CAA announces new members of ATIPAC
The CAA has today confirmed the appointment of three new members to the Air Travel Insolvency Protection Advisory Committee (ATIPAC).
Attention sun seekers! Have you packed your ATOL certificate?
Holidaymakers are being reminded to make sure their ATOL certificate is packed, before taking off on their summer holiday.
ATIPAC calls for financial protection clarity for UK holidaymakers
The Air Travel Insolvency Protection Advisory Committee (ATIPAC) is calling for safeguards to ensure consumers buying holidays from non-ATOL travel companies based abroad, understand what financial protection is provided.
Rebalancing ATOL - CAA consults on changes to financial protection scheme
The CAA is consulting with the travel industry on proposals to rebalance the regulatory approach to the Air Travel Organisers’ Licensing (ATOL) scheme.
CAA clarifies advice to air passengers following Jet2 v Huzar Court of Appeal ruling
The UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) is clarifying its advice to passengers on their rights to compensation for delayed and cancelled flights, following the ruling in the Jet2 v Huzar case at the Court of Appeal on Wednesday 11 June.