CAA hits back over assessment claims

Taylor, Ian
April 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);4/10/2009, p4
Trade Publication
The article reports that Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) of Great Britain has rejected claims that it changed its criteria for assessing firms renewing Air Travel Organisers' Licensings (ATOLs) at the end of March 2009. The CAA has demanded some ATOL holders find fresh capital--in some cases totalling millions of pounds. information on most read stories on www.travelweekly.co.uk, web site of the periodical "Travel Weekly," and an online opinion poll is presented.


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