Holiday protection: How to get your cash back if an airline goes bust



Monarch Airlines set travellers’ nerves on edge last week as rumours swirled it was facing financial difficulty.
It won a extension on its Air Travel Organiser’s Licence (ATOL) – the scheme designed to protect travellers from a company collapse – until October 12,
But it still needs to find new finance to secure the licence in the long term. While Monarch says it is confident of its future, the drama has turned the spotlight on protections for holiday customers if an airline runs into trouble. 
Here, we look at the key questions facing customers as they seek safeguards for their holidays –... read more

 
1 October 2016 in Business, Views: 61
Source: Daily Mail
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