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The Civil Aviation (Air Travel Organisers’ Licensing) Regulations 2012

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. PART 1

    1. 1.Citation and commencement

    2. 2.Review

    3. 3.Revocation of Regulations

    4. 4.Interpretation

    5. 5.Requirements for service of documents

    6. 6.Service by post etc

    7. 7.Electronic service by the CAA

    8. 8.Manner of publication by the CAA

  3. PART 2

    1. 9.Who may make available flight accommodation

    2. 10.Persons exempt from requirement to hold an ATOL

    3. 11.Power to exempt

    4. 12.Acting as agent for an ATOL holder

    5. 13.Acting as an airline ticket agent

    6. 14.Acting as member of an accredited body

    7. 15.Restrictions on when flight accommodation may be made available

    8. 16.Who may hold themselves out as being able to provide flight accommodation

    9. 17.Supply of ATOL Certificate

    10. 18.Meaning of specified method

    11. 19.Form and content of an ATOL Certificate

    12. 20.Information to be provided to the consumer when making available flight accommodation

    13. 21.Compliance

    14. 22.Requirement for a written agency agreement

    15. 23.Failure of an ATOL holder

  4. PART 3

    1. 24.Definition of a Flight-Plus

    2. 25.Definition of Flight-Plus arranger

    3. 26.Obligations of a Flight-Plus arranger to provide alternative flight accommodation, living accommodation and self-drive car hire prior to departure

    4. 27.Obligations of a Flight-Plus arranger to provide alternative flight accommodation, living accommodation and self-drive car hire after departure

    5. 28.Extent of compensation to be provided for flight accommodation, living accommodation and self-drive car hire

    6. 29.Obligations of a Flight-Plus arranger to provide a refund for tourist services other than flight accommodation, living accommodation and self-drive car hire

    7. 30.Limitation of obligations of Flight-Plus arranger

  5. PART 4

    1. CHAPTER 1 ATOL

      1. 31.Application for and grant of an ATOL or a variation to an ATOL

      2. 32.Refusal to grant an ATOL

      3. 33.Application for and grant of accreditation as an accredited body

      4. 34.Refusal to grant an accreditation

    2. CHAPTER 2 ATOL

      1. SECTION 1

        ATOL

        1. 35.Revocation, suspension or variation of an ATOL

        2. 36.Procedure for revocation, suspension, variation or refusal of ATOL

        3. 37.Expedited suspension of an ATOL

        4. 38.Provisional variation of an ATOL

        5. 39.Application for revocation, suspension or variation of an ATOL

        6. 40.Compliance with and variation of ATOL standard terms

        7. 41.Supplying false information

      2. SECTION 2

        1. 42.Validity of an accreditation

        2. 43.Revocation, suspension or variation of an accreditation

        3. 44.Procedure for revocation, suspension, variation or refusal of accreditation

        4. 45.Expedited suspension of an accreditation

        5. 46.Provisional variation of accreditation

        6. 47.Application for revocation, suspension or variation of accreditation

        7. 48.Compliance with and variation of accredited body standard terms

  6. PART 5

    1. CHAPTER 1

      1. 49.Meaning of “the person concerned”

      2. 50.Decisions to be made by Member

      3. 51.Application for extension of time limit

      4. 52.Confidential information

      5. 53.Consideration of representations

      6. 54.Statement of reasons

      7. 55.Publication of Decision

    2. CHAPTER 2

      1. 56.Requirement to hold a hearing

      2. 57.Giving notice of hearing

      3. 58.Expedited hearing

      4. 59.Entitlement to attend and be heard

      5. 60.Absence of party

      6. 61.Technical assessors

      7. 62.Right to be represented, produce evidence and examine other persons

      8. 63.Hearings in public or in private

      9. 64.Procedure at hearing

      10. 65.Provision of transcripts

      11. 66.Exclusions

  7. PART 6

    1. 67.Appeal to County Court or Sheriff Court

    2. 68.Transfer of ATOL

  8. PART 7

    1. 69.Offences and penalties

    2. 70.Due diligence defence

    3. 71.Time limit for prosecution

  9. PART 8

    1. 72.The Civil Aviation (Contributions to the Air Travel Trust) Regulations 2007

  10. PART 9

    1. 73.Licences granted under the Civil Aviation (Air Travel Organisers’ Licensing) Regulations 1995

    2. 74.ATOL Certificates

  11. Signature

    1. SCHEDULE

      Revocations

  12. Explanatory Note

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