If you would like to become a Franchisee, please get in touch with us at email@example.com to arrange a discussion about the Franchisee
When e-mailing us, the subject heading must read 'Initial enquiry for Franchisee status'.
The non-refundable fee to apply for Accredited Body status is £20,000. A £5,000 renewal fee applies each year.
A Franchisee enters into an agreement with the Air Travel Trust to provide certain services. On the basis of this
agreement, the CAA can waive some of its normal requirements, such as a bond for example.
Current franchisees provide alternative financial protection so the CAA does not require the franchisees' members to
provide bonds. The CAA and the ATT would have to consider the level of protection and assurance provided by each
potential franchisee before considering the size of ATOLs the CAA could grant to franchise members.
A Franchisee can expect to be audited every three years.
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