Rigorous Detailing on Terms and Conditions

About Us

Click2book.co.uk is a great platform for travelers to search for flights, best deals, last minute booking and many more services that people are looking for. The company aims to simplify traveler's experience when it comes to fly a country. We enable our potential customers to compare best flight deals across 60+ travel websites at single place. We assure to provide best possible services at lowest price.

When it comes to make a booking, passenger has to confirm that he/she has the authority to accept these terms and conditions on behalf of him/her and all member of their party. This user agreement is between passenger and click2book.co.uk, and is governed by the laws of England.


We act as a disclosed agent for third party suppliers, such as airlines, tour operators, car hire companies, hotel companies, consolidators and insurance companies. This means that, when you make a booking, the contract for the product is between you and the supplier. As such, the supplier's booking conditions (including airlines' conditions of carriage) apply to your booking, in addition to those set out here. Please make sure that you have read the supplier's conditions before completing your transaction with us, as they do contain important information about your booking. (You can easily request a copy of the supplier's conditions from us – see 'Contacting click2book.co.uk' below). Please read your ticket wallet/ travel documents for the airline's conditions of carriage.

All travel arrangements which we provide or which are sold through us are not an offer by us to sell any travel arrangements, but an invitation to you to make an offer to the suppliers of the arrangements. We are free to accept that offer on behalf of those suppliers or to reject it.

Liability Protection

As agent we accept no responsibility for the acts or omissions of the supplier, or for the products and services provided by them. However, we may still be liable to you if we have been negligent, have misrepresented important information.

Your Obligations

You agree to be bound by the following obligations, including without limitation: You accept financial responsibility for all transactions made under your name or account. In order to make a purchase you must be at least 18 years old, be purchasing for yourself and have the legal capacity to make the transaction. In case you making booking for a group/part/family will responsible for payment of all.

You must make sure that all the information you provide to us is true and accurate. (Please ensure that you notify us in writing immediately of any change to your address, email address or telephone number).

Failure to supply correct and complete credit or debit card details, including cardholder name/ billing address, may result in delays to the issue of your tickets, increases in the fare, or at worst cancellation of the booking, so please ensure that the details you give match those on the card/ statement. You must not use the website for speculative, false or fraudulent bookings.

Supplier Conditions

You are responsible for complying with any airline's terms, for example in relation to check-in times, reconfirmation of flights and other matters. click2book.co.uk accepts no responsibility for bookings cancelled due to non-compliance with the airline's rules.

For scheduled flight tickets there are additional terms which apply to each fare. These terms may include, for example, conditions relating to changes, refunds, minimum and maximum duration of stay. Generally, the more flexible the ticket, the more expensive it is likely to be and you need to take various points into consideration before deciding between the fares on offer.

The flights confirmed on your ticket must be used in order of sequence (in the order set out in your itinerary). If this requirement is not met, the airline may cancel any onward flights, and you are unlikely to receive any refund.

Some airlines require you to reconfirm each flight 72 hours prior to departure, and may cancel your flight if you do not do so. If you fail to reconfirm you may be refused permission to board the aircraft and you are unlikely to receive any refund. In any case, click2book.co.uk strongly recommends that you reconfirm all flights in this way in case of last minute schedule changes.

We reserve the right to ask for additional security check i.e. authorisation code, third party form, identification document where the payment made by third party or system shows security warning.

Information on the Site

click2book.co.uk does not guarantee that information on the site (including without limitation prices, descriptions or dates) is free from errors or omissions, or that it is suitable for your intended use. We will use all reasonable endeavours to correct any errors or omissions as soon as practicable once they have been drawn to our attention.

click2book.co.uk offers all general information on the site for guidance only. We reserve the right to change at any time any aspect of the site or its content, including the availability of any suppliers, features, information or content.


The click2book.co.uk website contains links to websites owned and operated by third parties. Such linked websites are not controlled or maintained by us; as such click2book.co.uk has no responsibility in relation to the accuracy, completeness and quality of the information contained within them.

click2book.co.uk shall not be liable for any loss or damage caused by use of or reliance upon any content, goods or services available on linked websites.


All our prices are quoted in British Pounds Sterling and subject to availability.

All fares quoted at the 'confirmed quotation' stage include pre-payable taxes and applicable transaction fees. These are added together to form your final quotation.

Please note that for some destinations a departure and/ or arrival tax is payable locally. It is the passenger's responsibility to pay such taxes, and click2book.co.uk accepts no responsibility for denied boarding resulting from failure/ inability to pay such taxes.

The price you pay for your tickets is likely to include a booking/ transaction fee made by click2book.co.uk. This is our fee for making and administering your booking, and is non-refundable.

Service fees are also charged for other forms of administration, including, but not limited to, reservation changes and refund applications.

Fares are subject to change without prior notice. Should the fare for your journey be changed by the airline/s with which you are due to travel, or if we discover that the fare you have paid is incorrect, prior to the start of your journey, we will do our best to notify you as soon as this comes to our attention. In such circumstances, you will be liable for any difference in fare. The airline may refuse travel if the correct fare has not been paid. Alternatively we may cancel the contract, without any liability to you.

For our 'Special Fares' for scheduled flights, these are subject to verification by our ticketing staff. Should we be unable to honour the fare quoted, we will endeavour to notify you within three working days.

Where we book a product priced in a different currency, we reserve the right to include an additional amount to cover the costs of currency conversion and exchange rate fluctuations.

Denied Boarding, Flight Delays and Cancellations

Details of these rights are available from airlines and are also displayed at European airports.

Any payment/ reimbursement in such cases is the responsibility of the airline.

Community List

Under European regulations we are required to bring to your attention the existence of a Community List of air carriers which are subject to an operating ban within the EU. The list can be viewed at www.ec.europa.eu/transport/air-ban/list_en.htm.

Making a booking / booking details

All travel products and services featured on the site are subject to availability.

Online Booking

If you book online, you must provide us with all information which we require. You must also ensure that the credit or debit card you are using is your own (or, subject to our agreement, if it is a third party's you have their express authorisation, to use their credit or debit card) and that sufficient funds are available to cover the cost of the arrangements which you book with us.

When we receive and accept your booking we will send you a booking confirmation e-mail and debit payment from you. We do not make any representation or warranty as to the availability of any package holiday, flight or Individual Components nor that our booking services are free from infection of viruses or anything else that has a contaminating or destructive effect on your property.

Bookings made by telephone

If you make a booking by telephone you must provide us with all information which we require. You must also ensure that all information which you provide is accurate and that the credit or debit card you are using is your own or, subject to our agreement,if it is a third party's you have their express authorisation to use their credit or debit card and that sufficient funds are available to cover the cost of the arrangements which you book with us.

If we accept your booking, we shall debit payment from you and send you a confirmation .From this point cancellation charges will apply: Please note the details of phone booking always confirmed in writing to avoid any mistake. As soon as you receive the confirmation request, please check the details carefully and inform us immediately if anything appears to be incorrect as it may not be possible to make changes later

Once you have confirmed these details we will proceed to confirm the booking with the supplier/s.

Special Requests

We are happy to forward details of any additional requirements you may have (for example seating or diet preferences, assistance, etc.) to the relevant travel supplier. These are treated as special requests, and as such fulfilment of these requests cannot be guaranteed.


If you will be traveling while pregnant, please note that regulations apply to the carriage of passengers who are more than a certain number of weeks pregnant at the time of travel. These regulations vary between airlines, so it is your responsibility to check the airline's policy before making a booking.

In some cases travel may not be permitted, or you may be required to travel with a doctor's letter, or even obtain a medical clearance from the airline.

You must ensure that your travel insurance covers you if you are pregnant. We recommend that you also confirm with your doctor before booking that you are fit to travel.

Travelling with Child

Airlines require original Date of Birth Certificate for child travelling to South Africa.

Travelling with Infants

Airlines require that infants must be of a minimum age (typically six weeks) before they will be permitted to travel. Please ensure that you are aware of the airline's policy before making a booking.

Infants must sit on an adult's lap or occupy an infant seat – please contact the airline you are traveling with for details of appropriate seats.

To qualify for an infant fare, the infant must generally be under two years old on the date of return travel. Children aged two years or above must occupy a seat.

Paying for your booking

Payment can be made by various Debit / Credit cards mentioned on site , by E commerce link . click2book.co.uk may be required to pass your card details to the relevant supplier for fulfilment of the booking.

Scheduled flights & webfares: Full payment is required at the time of booking, by debit or credit card. We reserve the right to apply a surcharge for all credit card transactions. We reserve the right to cancel bookings before or after ticket issue if payment is declined by the card issuer, or if incorrect card details or billing information have been supplied.

click2book.co.uk will not be liable for any increase in fare due to payment failure.

Further, in an effort to minimise the effects of credit card fraud, we reserve the right to carry out random checks, including checks of the electoral roll, and may request you to either fax or email to us proof of your address and a copy of the credit/ debit card and recent statement, or a copy of the cardholder's and/or passenger's passport/s, before issuing any tickets. We reserve the right to insist that travel documents be sent to the billing address of the card used to pay for the booking. click2book.co.uk reserve the right to pass on any charges relating to card chargebacks. As a British company it is not always possible for us to successfully complete the necessary security and identity checks on cards which are registered to billing addresses outside the United Kingdom. If you make a booking using a credit card registered outside the UK, we reserve the right to reject your booking if we are unable to satisfactorily complete the relevant checks.

Managing your booking

Please ensure that all your travel, passport, visa and insurance documents are in order and that you arrive in plenty of time for checking in at the airport. It may be necessary to reconfirm your flight with the airline prior to departure. Please ask us for details at least 72 hours before your outbound flight. You should take a note of any reference number or contact name when reconfirming. If you fail to reconfirm you may be refused permission to board the aircraft and you are unlikely to receive any refund.

Cancellations / Amendments by You

Any cancellation or amendment you wish to make to your booking will be subject to the relevant supplier's conditions. Some tickets are non-refundable and/ or non-changeable; in other cases it may be possible to amend or cancel your booking subject to a penalty charge.

It must be emphasised that the vast majority of airline tickets are non-transferable, and as such name changes are not normally permitted. It is therefore essential that you enter passengers' names as per passport at the time of booking. For online scheduled flight bookings, the rules regarding cancellations and amendments for the fare purchased are shown during the booking process, please ensure you read these carefully.

click2book.co.uk, as agents for the airlines/consolidator must abide by the airlines' terms and conditions – we are unable to deviate from the fare rules/ supplier's conditions. Where changes or refunds are permitted, click2book.co.uk will apply administration fees (in line with our current rates) in addition to any fees charged by the supplier, if you ask us to amend or cancel your booking. This is to cover the costs we incur in administering cancellations and amendments.

Any request to amend or cancel a reservation must be notified to click2book.co.uk in writing, and can not be actioned until received by us. Requests received outside our opening hours can not be processed until we reopen the next working day, and if we need to contact the travel supplier to effect the change/cancellation, until we are able to contact them.

Force Majeure

We accept no responsibility for and shall not be liable in respect of any loss or damage or alterations, delays or changes arising from unusual and unforeseen circumstances beyond our control, such as war or threat of war, riot, civil strife, industrial dispute including air traffic control disputes, terrorist activity, natural and nuclear disaster, fire or adverse weather conditions, technical problems with transport, closure or congestion of airports or ports, cancellations of schedules by scheduled airlines. You can check the current position on any country by contacting the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.


Admin fees of £75 per passenger will be charged as cancellation penalty in case of pre/post ticket issuance on top of airline penalty.

If you wish to cancel your booking and attempt to claim a refund, please telephone/ email us in the first instance, so we can advise you if the conditions of your ticket permit any refund. If you wish to proceed with the cancellation, you must notify us in writing. (If you do not advise us of your intention to cancel a booking before the scheduled departure time, or do not check-in, this will be recorded by the airline as a 'no show' and is likely to result in the forfeit of all monies paid). Where a refund is permitted, this may take some time, typically 10-16 weeks, to be authorized by the airline. Once authorized, any refund will be made to the debit or credit card used to make the original booking. It is vital that you advise us when you cancel the booking if that card is no longer valid.

Any refund made will be nett of any cancellation charge from the airline or tour operator. Many airlines also charge an additional fee to process refunds. Refunds of any kind will also be subject to click2book.co.uk usual administration fees. Booking fees, credit card charges, postage costs and any amendment fees you may have paid for any previous changes are also non-refundable.

In the case of non-refundable scheduled flight tickets, it may be possible to claim back any unused taxes. Please note that not all taxes are refundable. Some airlines do make a fee for processing such requests, and in some cases the charge exceeds what you would get back. Please ask for details when you cancel your booking.


If you wish to change your booking, please telephone/ email us in the first instance, so we can advise you if the conditions of your ticket permit any changes. If a change is permitted, we may ask you to confirm in writing that you wish to change the booking.

If a change increases the cost of your booking, you will need to pay such extra costs.

Changes of any kind will also be subject to click2book.co.uk's usual administration fees.

Cancellations / Amendments by the Travel Supplier

Airlines reserve the right to make time changes, or in rare cases, to cancel flights, for operational reasons. Whilst click2book.co.uk is not responsible for, and has no control over, such changes, we will do our best to assist when such situations arise.

In the unlikely event that your flight is cancelled by the airline or tour operator, your rights and remedies will be governed by the supplier's conditions/ airline's conditions of carriage. As a result you may be entitled to:

(a) carriage on another flight with the same airline without additional costs;

(b) re-routing to your destination with another carrier without additional costs;

(c) some other right or remedy.

In the event of schedule changes made prior to commencement of your journey, it is not always necessary to have your tickets reissued or revalidated, but we will advise you should this be necessary. click2book.co.uk take no responsibility for any flight rescheduling en route.


Many suppliers require you to take out travel insurance as a condition of booking with them. In any case, we strongly recommend that all our customers arrange adequate travel insurance for the duration of the trip, since circumstances may arise where neither Wayfarers nor the supplier are liable.

It is recommended that insurance is taken immediately upon making the booking, in order to cover you and your party against the cost of cancellation by you; the cost of assistance (including repatriation) in the event of accident or illness; loss of baggage and money; and other expenses. In most cases cancellation fees will apply if you need to cancel your booking before you travel.

click2book.co.uk does sell travel insurance, and will be pleased to quote a premium for your journey on request. If we have issued your policy please check it carefully to ensure that all the details are correct and that all relevant information has been provided by you (eg. pre-existing medical conditions). Failure to disclose relevant information will affect your insurance. Please read the policy carefully to ensure that this is suitable and adequate for your needs.


The type of tickets which will be issued for your booking depends on the airline and route you are booking. The majority of airlines are increasingly issuing electronic tickets, and click2book.co.uk will issue electronic tickets whenever the itinerary permits (airlines now insist that e-tickets are issued in these circumstances). For charter flights, paper tickets will be sent by normal post.

Lost Tickets

If you lose your paper tickets, you must notify us as soon as possible. It may be possible to reissue them for a fee (depending on the airline's/ supplier's rules). If so, the cost may depend on the circumstances of the loss and how close to the departure date you discover it. In all cases, the charge, and procedure to be followed, will vary according to the airline's policy. click2book.co.uk reserves the right to charge fees to cover the administration costs of this.

However, not all tickets can be reissued, in which case you may need to purchase a completely new ticket. If a lost ticket can not be reissued, a refund can be requested from the airline: any refund is at the airline's sole discretion and is not guaranteed. Such refunds may take up to a year to be authorised by the airline.

Non-Delivery / Non-Receipt of Tickets

It is your responsibility to advise us if you do not receive your tickets/ e-tickets. click2book.co.uk can not accept responsibility if you fail to receive your e-tickets due to providing an inaccurate email address or your junk email settings. We recommend that you add the respective agent email address / info@click2book.co.uk to your safe list.

Passport / Visas / Health Requirements

It is your responsibility to ensure that you understand and comply with all the passport, visa and health requirements of all the countries involved in your itinerary (including those that you transit).

It is your responsibility to ensure that you are in possession of a valid passport for your journey. Your passport must also be legible and intact. When making your booking you must ensure that the names you provide match those shown on the passengers' passports. Most countries require that your passport is valid for a period of at least six months after your return travel date: we recommend that you check with the embassy to confirm exact requirements.

It is strongly recommended that children hold their own individual passports; where a child is still included on a parent's passport you are advised to check that this will be suitable for the destination you are visiting before making a booking. Many countries still require passengers to obtain a visa, and in some cases transit visas may be required for countries which you pass through en route to your destination (even when you do not leave the aircraft). click2book.co.uk can provide general information about the passport and visa requirements for your trip. Alternatively, for the most up to date information, we recommend that you contact the embassies of the countries you are travelling to/ through. We recommend that you do this well in advance of travel, as visas for certain countries can take some time to obtain.

Some countries also have additional immigration requirements, for example South Africa requires passengers to have at least 2 blank pages in their passports. For travel to the USA, a machine-readable passport is required, among other requirements, details of which may be found at www.usembassy.org.uk. Most destinations will require proof of return travel. Please take special note that for all air travel within the British Isles, airlines require photographic identification of a specific type. Please check all details in respective country website.

Regarding health, you are strongly advised to check with your GP prior to travel for up to date information regarding vaccinations which may be required or recommended for your destination/s. Please note that some countries may require proof of certain vaccinations as a condition of entry. We can provide general information about any health formalities required for your trip but you should check with your own doctor for your specific circumstances.

Please note that health and immigration requirements can change at short notice. Neither click2book.co.uk nor the suppliers can accept any responsibility if you are denied boarding or are deported due to failure to comply with the above. You will be responsible for any costs you or click2book.co.uk incur as a result of such failure.

Service Charges

We apply a service charge for certain services we provide. These charges are non-refundable. These are in addition to any fees charged by the supplier.

Your Financial Protection (click2book.co.uk ATOL 10950)

When you buy an ATOL protected flight or flight inclusive holiday from us you will receive an ATOL Certificate. This lists what is financially protected, where you can get information on what this means for you and who to contact if things go wrong.

We, or the suppliers identified on your ATOL Certificate, will provide you with the services listed on the ATOL Certificate (or a suitable alternative). In some cases, where neither we nor the supplier are able to do so for reasons of insolvency, an alternative ATOL holder may provide you with the services you have bought or a suitable alternative (at no extra cost to you). You agree to accept that in those circumstances the alternative ATOL holder will perform those obligations and you agree to pay any money outstanding to be paid by you under your contract to that alternative ATOL holder. However, you also agree that in some cases it will not be possible to appoint an alternative ATOL holder, in which case you will be entitled to make a claim under the ATOL scheme (or your credit card issuer where applicable).

If we, or the suppliers identified on your ATOL certificate, are unable to provide the services listed (or a suitable alternative, through an alternative ATOL holder or otherwise) for reasons of insolvency, the Trustees of the Air Travel Trust may make a payment to (or confer a benefit on) you under the ATOL scheme. You agree that in return for such a payment or benefit you assign absolutely to those Trustees any claims which you have or may have arising out of or relating to the non-provision of the services, including any claim against us, the travel agent (or your credit card issuer where applicable). You also agree that any such claims may be re-assigned to another body, if that other body has paid sums you have claimed under the ATOL scheme.


As a member of ABTA with the membership number P8549 / Y6786, we are committed to providing you with the highest level of service as outlined by ABTA's Code of Conduct. Our aim is to ensure that you have a seamless and satisfactory experience with us. In the event that you have a complaint that we are unable to resolve, we offer ABTA's scheme for the resolution of disputes, which has been approved by the Chartered Trading Standards Institute. You can find more information on how to access this service on www.abta.com. Additionally, we encourage you to visit the website for further details on ABTA's Code of Conduct and their assistance in resolving disputes. In the unlikely event that you are still unsatisfied with the resolution offered by ABTA's dispute resolution process, you may access the European Commission Online Dispute (ODR) Resolution platform at http://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr/. Please note that this platform is solely for notifying us of your complaint and will not determine how your complaint is resolved.

ABTA (Association of British Travel Agents) is the UK's largest travel association and aims to maintain high standards of service within the travel industry. As a member of ABTA, Traveljunction.co.uk agrees to adhere to the following ABTA policy:

Financial Protection:

As a member of ABTA, Traveljunction.co.uk is required to provide financial protection for all package holidays booked through their website. This means that customers who book a package holiday through Traveljunction.co.uk will have their money protected in the event that Traveljunction.co.uk ceases trading before the holiday takes place.

The type of financial protection provided by Traveljunction.co.uk will depend on whether the holiday is a package or a flight-plus booking. For package holidays, Traveljunction.co.uk is required to provide either:

An insurance policy that covers the cost of the holiday and any associated expenses, such as accommodation and transport, in the event that Traveljunction.co.uk ceases trading. This policy is known as an 'ABTA Bond', and is designed to provide customers with financial protection in case the travel company becomes insolvent.

A trust account in which customer funds are held until the holiday takes place. This means that the money paid by customers is kept separate from the company's own funds, and can only be used to pay for the customer's holiday.

For flight-plus bookings, Traveljunction.co.uk is required to provide a type of financial protection known as 'ATOL protection'. This means that customers who book a flight-plus holiday through Traveljunction.co.uk will be protected in the event that the airline or any other element of the holiday provider ceases trading before the holiday takes place. In this case, customers will be entitled to a refund or alternative arrangements for their holiday.

By providing financial protection for all package holidays booked through their website, Traveljunction.co.uk aims to provide customers with peace of mind and assurance that their money is safe in the event of any unforeseen circumstances. This is an important aspect of ABTA policy, and helps to maintain the high standards of service within the travel industry that ABTA aims to uphold.

Customer Service:

As a member of ABTA, Traveljunction.co.uk is committed to providing high-quality customer service to all customers before, during, and after their holiday. This means that Traveljunction.co.uk will:

  • • Respond to customer inquiries in a timely manner: Traveljunction.co.uk will aim to respond to all customer inquiries as quickly as possible, whether they are made by phone, email, or through the company's website. This includes providing customers with accurate and up-to-date information about their holiday booking, including flight details, accommodation arrangements, and any other relevant information.
  • • Provide assistance when necessary: Traveljunction.co.uk will provide assistance to customers who need help with their holiday booking, such as making changes to their itinerary or arranging special requirements such as wheelchair access or dietary requirements. Traveljunction.co.uk will also provide assistance to customers who encounter problems during their holiday, such as lost luggage or flight cancellations.
  • • Communicate clearly with customers: Traveljunction.co.uk will communicate clearly with customers at all stages of the booking process, ensuring that customers understand the terms and conditions of their booking, the costs involved, and any other relevant information. Traveljunction.co.uk will also communicate clearly with customers who encounter problems during their holiday, providing them with relevant information and advice.
  • • Treat customers with respect: Traveljunction.co.uk will treat all customers with respect, ensuring that they are not subjected to any discriminatory or abusive behavior. This includes providing assistance to customers who have special requirements or disabilities, and ensuring that all customers are treated fairly and equally.
  • • Provide customer feedback: Traveljunction.co.uk will provide customers with the opportunity to provide feedback about their holiday experience, including any areas where the company could improve its service. Traveljunction.co.uk will take this feedback seriously and use it to make improvements to its service where necessary.

By providing high-quality customer service, Traveljunction.co.uk aims to ensure that customers have a positive experience when booking and going on holiday. This is an important aspect of ABTA policy, and helps to maintain the high standards of service within the travel industry that ABTA aims to uphold.

Health and Safety:

As a member of ABTA, Traveljunction.co.uk is committed to promoting health and safety for customers during their holiday. This means that Traveljunction.co.uk will:

  • • Ensure that all holiday providers comply with health and safety regulations: Traveljunction.co.uk will only work with holiday providers that comply with local health and safety regulations, ensuring that customers are not placed in danger during their holiday.
  • • Provide customers with relevant health and safety information: Traveljunction.co.uk will provide customers with relevant health and safety information before they travel, including information about any vaccinations or other medical requirements that may be necessary for their destination. This will help customers to stay safe and healthy during their holiday.
  • • Provide assistance to customers who encounter health and safety problems during their holiday: If customers encounter health and safety problems during their holiday, Traveljunction.co.uk will provide assistance and advice to help them deal with the situation. This may include arranging medical assistance, providing advice about local safety precautions, or making alternative travel arrangements if necessary.
  • • Monitor the health and safety record of holiday providers: Traveljunction.co.uk will monitor the health and safety record of holiday providers, and take action if necessary to ensure that customers are not placed in danger. This may include terminating contracts with holiday providers that do not meet health and safety standards.
  • • Ensure that all holiday activities are safe: Traveljunction.co.uk will ensure that all holiday activities offered to customers are safe and comply with local health and safety regulations. This includes activities such as water sports, adventure activities, and excursions.

By promoting health and safety for customers during their holiday, Traveljunction.co.uk aims to ensure that customers have a positive and safe experience when traveling. This is an important aspect of ABTA policy, and helps to maintain the high standards of safety within the travel industry that ABTA aims to uphold.

Complaints and Disputes:

ABTA (Association of British Travel Agents) is an industry body that represents travel agents and tour operators in the UK. ABTA has a Code of Conduct that its members must adhere to, which includes rules on handling customer complaints and disputes.

If a customer has a complaint about a travel agent or tour operator that is an ABTA member, they should first raise the issue with the company directly. If the customer is not satisfied with the response from the company, they can then escalate the complaint to ABTA.

ABTA has a complaints handling process in place to deal with such complaints. The process involves the following steps:

  • • The customer should submit their complaint in writing to ABTA within 12 months of the incident occurring.
  • • ABTA will acknowledge receipt of the complaint within 7 days.
  • • ABTA will then investigate the complaint and request a response from the travel agent or tour operator involved.
  • • Once ABTA has received a response from the travel agent or tour operator, it will assess whether the response is satisfactory.
  • • If ABTA finds that the response is unsatisfactory, it will ask the travel agent or tour operator to provide further information.
  • • ABTA may also refer the complaint to its Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) scheme. ADR is an independent process that aims to resolve complaints between consumers and businesses without the need for legal action.
  • • If the complaint is referred to ADR, the customer will need to provide evidence to support their claim, and the travel agent or tour operator will need to provide evidence to support their defence.
  • • ADR will then make a decision on the complaint and provide a binding resolution.

It's worth noting that ABTA's complaints handling process is only available to customers who have booked their holiday through an ABTA member. If the customer has booked their holiday independently, they may need to pursue their complaint through a different route, such as through the small claims court.

By implementing this ABTA policy, Traveljunction.co.uk aims to provide customers with peace of mind and high-quality service throughout their holiday experience.