The company also traded under the names of Exclusive Luxury Breaks, Explorer’s Collection, Late Bargains, Luxury Holiday Collection, Phone & Fly, Sail Away, Silversurfers Holidays and Travelsmart.
The announcement comes after it was confirmed the ATOL renewal would be extended until April 28th due to the unprecedented events arising from Covid-19.
While the claims system is open for new claims until September this year, the CAA encouraged anyone who has not yet opened a claim to do so as soon as possible.
The Council of British Hajjis is advising those booking trips to Mecca to perform Hajj this year to follow the advice from the Saudi Authorities and hold off for now.
The decision has been made to allow industry and the CAA itself to use the time to focus on overcoming unprecedented challenges presented by the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Civil Aviation Authority has taken what it calls an “exceptional decision” to extend the licences of all ATOL holders that have applied to renew paperwork on October 1st - but who have not yet received their decision. Decisions will now be made on October 25th.
As schools begin the academic year and consider organising school trips, the UK Civil Aviation Authority is warning parents and teachers to check any overseas travel is ATOL protected before booking.
The UK Civil Aviation Authority has stepped in to support holidaymakers who were booked to travel with Mountain Paradise after the company, based in Altrincham, Greater Manchester, ceased trading.
New research by ATOL, the holiday protection scheme, has found that 5.2 million Brits are set to book their holiday this month. As UK holidaymakers attempt to shake off the post-festive blues, this Saturday, January 5th, kickstarts a month of holiday booking excitement.