The number of ATOL protected bookings has risen for the third consecutive year as consumer understanding of the scheme rises. In the last year, the scheme has helped to support over 8,000 holidaymakers who were affected by any of the 15 ATOL holding travel companies who ceased trading during the year.
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Passengers with a disability or reduced mobility are significantly less likely to fly than those without dye to concerns about access, although those who have flown in the last 12 months consider themselves ‘confident flyers’ and are pleased with the level of special assistance they are provided. This research will help to inform our evidence-based […]
Our 2015 ‘pack piece of mind’ campaign to raise awareness of ATOL protection reached a potential TV audience of 23 million adults, and more holidaymakers than ever are now financially protecting their holiday abroad. The campaign was family-focused and aimed to encourage households to look beyond the price and check their holiday is ATOL protected […]