Air Travel Insolvency Protection Advisory Committee

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ATIPAC

Advising on Financial Protection for Air Travellers
Advising on Financial Protection for Air Travellers

Latest: ATIPAC publishes its 2014-15 Annual Report


In its latest Annual Report the Committee highlights concerns about changes to the European Package Travel Directive and urges the UK Government to ensure that there is no watering down of financial protection for holidaymakers, which is currently provided by the ATOL scheme and which has proved to be highly effective.

Read the full report.

Members of ATIPAC


On 21st January 2015 the CAA confirmed the appointment of four new members to the Air Travel Insolvency Protection Advisory Committee. Read the press notice for further information.

Membership criteria is agreed with the Department for Transport (DfT) and outlined in the Constitution and Terms of Reference.

Membership is by invitation and represents a broad spectrum of travel interests, from tour operators and retailers, to regulators and consumers.

Remit of ATIPAC


The Air Travel Insolvency Protection Advisory Committee ("the Committee") is established by the Secretary of State for Transport to advise on the financial protection arrangements for air travellers and customers of air travel organisers.