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Air Travel Insolvency Protection Advisory Committee Air Travel Insolvency Protection Advisory Committee Advising on Financial Protection for Air Travellers
  • The Air Travel Insolvency Protection Advisory Committee was established by the Secretary of State for Transport in 2000 to keep under review and provide advice to the Civil Aviation Authority, the Trustees of the Air Travel Trust and the Secretary of State for Transport on the financial protection arrangements for air travellers and customers of air travel organisers. The Committee’s members include representatives of all the main travel trade bodies and independent and consumer representatives, as well as the CAA. The Committee meets at least four times a year.

    The Committee is chaired by John Cox, who is a past Chairman of the Air Transport Users Council and a former Member of the ATTC.

    In the coming year ATIPAC will be discussing the current challenging climate and looking at all forms of financial protection for air travellers following the recent reform changes to the ATOL Scheme.