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    Celtic Legend Mr Discharge's Avatar
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    Exclamation Scottravel Holidays cease trading

    Hope noone has any holidays or flights booked with Scottravel.

    Scottravel Holidays
    Travel company Scottravel Holidays Limited has ceased trading. The
    company, which was based in Bellshill, Glasgow, Scotland, specialised
    in holidays to Turkey, and held an Air Travel Organisers Licence (ATOL)
    5787. The company operated two websites: and

    The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) estimates that 1,300 of the company's
    customers are currently abroad. The CAA will be making arrangements for
    ATOL protected customers on Scottravel Holidays air holidays to complete
    their holidays and fly home. Inbound flight changes may be necessary.

    Scottravel Holidays were mainly sold through travel agents, but they were
    also sold direct through the company's websites.

    The CAA is currently issuing the following advice for customers who had
    paid and contracted with Scottravel Holidays for an air holiday under ATOL

    People currently on holiday
    The CAA will be making arrangements to ensure customers on Scottravel
    Holidays air holidays can remain in their holiday accommodation and fly
    home at the end of their holiday.

    Information will be made available to representatives and hoteliers in

    If ATOL protected customers have difficulties with their accommodation and
    are asked to pay again for these arrangements, a claim can be lodged with
    the CAA for consideration under the ATOL Scheme (see See the
    CAA's claim form, available on the CAA website, for further information.

    People due to travel
    Customers are advised not to go to their departure airport as all holidays
    have been cancelled.

    Making a claim
    Customers, who booked their holiday with a travel agent, should submit a
    claim to the CAA for consideration. Customers are advised to contact their
    travel agent for help in filling in their form. Claim forms are available

    If customers booked direct with Scottravel by credit card, they should
    submit a claim to their credit card issuer.

    If customers booked direct with Scottravel and paid by both credit and
    debit cards, they should claim the credit payment from their credit card
    issuer and the debit card payment from the CAA. See the ATOL claim form for

    This is a developing situation and further information will be made
    available on the CAA website when it is available.

    If customers need to contact the CAA they can call 0207 453 6700 during
    office hours. The emergency/out of hours number is 0207 379 7311.

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    Default Re: Scottravel Holidays cease trading

    My mum and dad booked a holiday the day their going to Gran Canaria next week.

    Party time

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