Financial tests for ATOL licences

The Civil Aviation Authority’s (CAA) approach to financial assessments largely depends on the size of the ATOL licence required. As the licence size increases,…

03 Sep, 2020 Updated 09 Sep, 2021
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The Civil Aviation Authority’s (CAA) approach to financial assessments largely depends on the size of the ATOL licence required. As the licence size increases, so does the potential exposure to the Air Travel Trust Fund. Therefore, the CAA requires larger businesses to provide more financial information than smaller ones. This diagram demonstrates the commonly requested information needed by the CAA for September 2020 renewals. It takes into account the additional information required due to Covid-19.

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