A bond is similar to an insurance policy. It's a formal undertaking from an approved bank or insurance company (bond obligor) to pay a sum of money to ABTA in the event of the Member’s financial failure, primarily for the purpose of reimbursing customers who would otherwise lose money which they had paid.

Our ABTA number is W8770.

ATOL (Air Travel Organiser's License) is a financial protection scheme designed to safeguard holidaymakers. In the unfortunate event that an ATOL tour operator fails, the ATOL scheme ensures that customers who have contracted with the ATOL holder for an air package or a flight do not lose the money they've paid or find themselves stranded abroad. It provides peace of mind and financial security for travelers, offering protection against unforeseen circumstances in the travel industry.

Our ATOL number is 5639.

Your money is protected. In the event of unexpected circumstances, such as the company going out of business, your financial investment is safeguarded. This ensures that you won't lose the money you've paid for your trip.

Peace of Mind: Bonded companies provide travelers with peace of mind. Knowing that your travel provider is a member of ABTA and holds a full ATOL license means you can trust that they meet industry standards and regulations, which helps ensure a smoother and worry-free travel experience.

Assistance and Support: Bonded companies often have mechanisms in place to assist travelers in case of travel disruptions, emergencies, or other unforeseen situations. This support can be invaluable when you're away from home.

Legal Protection: Being part of ABTA and holding an ATOL license indicates that the company complies with legal requirements and industry best practices. If you encounter any issues during your trip, you have a better chance of resolving them effectively.

In summary, traveling with a bonded company offers financial security, peace of mind, and access to support and assistance when needed, making your travel experience more enjoyable and worry-free.

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