Monarch gets extension from aviation regulator to secure operating licence



Monarch has been granted an extension on its licence to operate, the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has said.
The firm has been given 12 more days to meet the requirements of an Atol licence, the government-backed scheme which compensates travellers in full and ensures they are not stranded if a holiday company collapses.
The announcement came following discussions between Monarch and the CAA, the UK's specialist aviation regulator, and just hours before the licence was due to expire on Friday.
In a statement, Monarch said it had "successfully concluded discussions" and offered... read more

 
30 September 2016 in Regional East, Views: 38
Source: Belper News
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