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 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
There is no requirement for a tour operator to be a member of ABTA. I used to arrange holidays for Guild members. Definitely 2 out if the 3 elements every time. Not an ABTA member, customer protection was reliant on the Guild resources, if which there was plenty. We did have tour operators insurance though...protects the operator not the holidaymaker
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Pruman wrote:
chocksaway wrote:
Not offering a package holiday just accomm plus a free transfer and offering to act as agents only for auxiliaries - so no ABTA required.

According to ABTA:

A package holiday is a combination of at least two different types of travel services, which are listed below:

transport (such as a flight, coach or train but not transfers from an airport)
accommodation (such as a hotel, villa or apartment)
car rental
a tourist service (such as a tour guide or a trip to a historical attraction) where this is a significant part of the holiday either because of its value or because it is an essential part of the trip.
It counts as a package holiday if your travel company:

Has asked you to pay a single price through a single payment
Has let you select a combination of services – such as a flight and accommodation – before you agreed to pay for them
Charged you an inclusive or total price for all the services you bought
Advertised or sold the travel services to you as a package or similar term
Sold you one travel service; and then transferred your details, including your payment details to another company which you then booked another travel service through within the space of 24 hours.

I'd say holiday accom + transfer ('free' or not) constitutes a package.

Then you’d be wrong because as per usual you have failed to comprehend the written word.
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 Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
holidayloverxx wrote:
@Pruman, it says 'not transfers'

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