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Accredited Bodies are ATOL holders who by being an Accredited Body, allow other businesses to trade under their licence.
They have conditions of membership. They may also supply other services such as booking systems and facilities to
accept card payments. If you wish to become a member of an Accredited Body in order to trade under their licence and
access these services, you should speak directly to the Accredited Body or access their website to see if their terms
of business suit your firm.
If you would like to become an Accredited Body yourself, rather than become a member of an existing one, please see
the ' Apply to become an accredited body' page.
The accredited bodies are:
You should apply directly to the Accredited Body. If accepted, the Accredited Body will notify the CAA of your
membership and your firm's name will subsequently appear in the ATOL search facility.
Yes, Accredited Bodies members can issue ATOL Certificates as ATOL holders are required to.
No, ATOL holders are not allowed to be Accredited Body Members. This is set out in the terms of membership for
Accredited Body Members in the Official Record Series 3.
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