The UK Civil Aviation Authority has stepped in to assist holidaymakers who had been booked to journey with Mountain Paradise after the corporate, based mostly in Altrincham, Larger Manchester, ceased buying and selling.
The corporate (ATOL 6404) additionally traded beneath the names of Tatra Images and Tatra Yoga.
Sadly for patrons, future holidays booked with the corporate is not going to go forward.
Nevertheless, as the corporate was a part of the ATOL scheme, prospects with protected vacation bookings will have the ability to declare a refund for his or her journey.
There are believed to be no prospects at the moment abroad.
Andy Cohen, head of ATOL on the UK Civil Aviation Authority, stated: “We perceive this will probably be regarding information for anybody who has booked to journey with the corporate.
“Nevertheless, the ATOL scheme exists for precisely this sort of scenario and we’re making fast preparations so all ATOL protected prospects can declare full refunds as shortly as attainable.”
The CAA suggested travellers to examine the official web site for additional details about how you can declare.
Cohen added: “So whereas this case could be very disappointing for the purchasers affected, it is usually a well timed reminder of the significance of remembering to examine for ATOL safety when reserving holidays.
“By ensuring you obtain an ATOL certificates if you ebook, you’ve gotten peace of thoughts you’ll not lose your cash or must make your personal approach residence – even when your journey firm stops buying and selling.”