Commentary

31 Air travel organisers’ licence

CIVIL AVIATION vol 7
| Commentary

31 Air travel organisers’ licence

| Commentary

31 Air travel organisers’ licence

No person in the United Kingdom may make available, whether holding himself out as entitled to do so as principal, agent, or without disclosing his identity, accommodation for the carriage of persons or cargo on flights in any part of the world unless: (i) he is the operator of the relevant aircraft, or (ii) he holds and complies with an air travel organisers’ licence (‘ATOL’) and complies with its terms, or (iii) he is an exempted person1.

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