Tharan Biring, prosecuting, said the leaflets included logos inferring the company had both an International Air Travel Association's licence and an Air Travel Organiser's Licence.
What does ATOL stand for?
ATOL stands for Air Travel Organiser's Licence (UK)
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 4 other meanings of ATOL in our Acronym Attic
- Ambient Temple of Imagination (band)
- ASCII to Integer
- Average Time on Ice (hockey)
- Antiterrorism Operations and Intelligence Cell (Army Operations Center)
- Access to Justice
- Angle Track On Jam
- Advanced Technology of Kana-Kanji Transfer (Japanese translation)
- Asociaci Textilního-Odevního-Kožedelného (Czech: Czech Association of Textile, Clothing and Leather Industry, Czech Republic)
- Affordable Technology On-Line
- Air Traffic Operations Laboratory (US NASA; Hampton, VA)
- Air Travel Organisers' Licensing (UK)
- Assembling the Tree of Life (research project; National Science Foundation)
- Assisted Takeoff & Landing
- Affiliated Teacher Organizations of Los Angeles
- Alpha to Omega Learning Centre (Chennai, India)
- Acceptance, Test or Launch Language
- Active Teens of the Museum (Denver Museum of Nature and Science)
- Advanced Tool for Option Modeling
- Advanced Trauma Operative Management
- Adventure Tours on Motorcycles
Samples in periodicals archive:
If the operator has an Air Travel Organiser's Licence (Atol) then holidaymakers who are abroad will be flown home and anyone who has not travelled will be entitled to a free refund.
Tour operators selling package holidays by air must hold an Air Travel Organiser's Licence (ATOL) from the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA).
Money to cover the lost holidays will come from the company's pounds 758,000 bond under the CAA-run Air Travel Organiser's Licence (ATOL).
The CAA, which called in its Air Travel Organiser's Licence bond to sort out the problem, say claim forms for those unable to travel will be sent out shortly.
UK tour operators offering holiday packages, which include air travel, must hold an Air Travel Organiser's Licence (ATOL) issued by the CAA as a means of providing financial protection to their customers.
In the travel industry all tour operators and travel firms selling package holidays and flights in the UK are required by law to hold a licence called an Air Travel Organiser's Licence (ATOL) and contribute to a central protection fund.
Pilgrims are also advised to check their package operator holds a current Air Travel Organiser's Licence and to agree their tour itinerary in writing before parting with any money.