Government and Official Reports and Papers
This is the Guidance which DBERR re-issued in 2008 after the Court of Appeal decision in ABTA v CAA
This study, on safety and liability issues relating to package travel was commissioned by the European Parliament and published in 2008. It seeks to highlight some of the gaps in the EU package travel law by answering a number of specific questions related to statistical evidence, Community legislation, and US legislation. It also suggests possible solutions to fill these gaps.
This consultation, published in December 2009 by the Department for Transport, sets out the Government’s proposals for modernising the Civil Aviation Authority’s regulatory framework. This consultation builds on the proposals for reforming the economic regulation of airports in the UK which they consulted on earlier in the year.Chapter 13 contains the proposals for reform of the ATOL system - including the possible regulation of ‘flight plus’ and ‘click throughs’>
The aim of this document is to set out the main regulatory problems posed by the regulation of package travel and consult industry stakeholders, consumers’ organisations and Member States on issues related to the Directive. The consultation takes into account the findings set out in the report on the implementation of the Directive, the opinions of the European Parliament and the Council, and the views of a number of stakeholders.
This is guidance for consumers issued by the UK Government on what their rights are if an airline or travel company becomes insolvent