Flight-Plus is the term used in the ATOL Regulations 2012 to describe the type of holiday sale where a consumer requests to book a flight with accommodation and/or car hire at the same time or within a day, but where the way in which it is sold means that it is not a package holiday. This is a licensable booking and must be ATOL protected.
Flight-Plus holiday is one where you have booked your flights and accommodation with the same travel business, but not as a package holiday. For instance, your travel agent might have purchased flights and booked a hotel for you.
You still have the same ATOL protection if the travel business you booked with fails. If one of the suppliers they have used fails, the travel business must make alternative arrangements for you.
**Please note that Flight-Plus bookings stopped on 1 July 2018 but if you booked a Flight-Plus before this date, your protection remains in place.**
You still have the same ATOL protection if the travel business you booked with fails. If one of the suppliers they have used fails, the travel business must make alternative arrangements for you. You also benefit from the same rights with the package organiser if something goes wrong.
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