Travel Republic takes the stand

Taylor, Ian
October 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);10/16/2009, p4
Trade Publication
The article offers news briefs related to travel industry in Great Britain. Travel Republic and director Kane Pirie stood trial for breach of the Air Travel Organizers' Licensing (ATOL) regulations in a case that will test the legality of operations at many other firms and the ability of the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) to regulate the sector. The agreement providing ATOL cover for 160 Travel Trust Association (TTA) Worldchoice members, which was suspended in May, 2009, has emerged in court.


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