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Please see our advice for consumers impacted by the Covid-19 outbreak.
If your enquiry relates to the recent ATOL failure please see our guidance for customers and the travel trade containing information about claims, refunds and general advice for those affected. You may also contact our designated helpline 0300 303 2800 that has been established to assist customers who were abroad and those with future bookings. If you are a Thomas Cook customer with a query regarding your ATOL claim, please email ATOLClaims.Thomascook@caa.co.uk.
We are not able to provide individual updates on refund claims for Thomas Cook customers as the team is focussed on assessing and processing claims.
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For all other general enquiries please read our Privacy Notice before completing the enquiry form below. We aim to respond as soon as possible. In some cases, we will need to seek specialist advice or forward your enquiry onto the most relevant area of the CAA to respond to you directly. This can sometimes take up to 20 working days.
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Sometimes we may need to share your personal information with other organisations, such as when we need to investigate incidents with airlines or airports. In most cases we will be able to do this by removing your personal information. If the nature of the investigation means that we need to share your personal information we will obtain your consent beforehand. If you would prefer to make it known that you do not wish us to share your personal information, you can let us know straight away using the same email address.
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You can submit an information enquiry or make a complaint about how we have processed your personal information by emailing FOI.firstname.lastname@example.org. Please be aware that the CAA is subject to the Freedom of Information Act, which means we may need to release information you have supplied to us. However, we would never disclose your personal information without first obtaining your consent.
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