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Law Resources: Travel and Tourism

Association of British Travel Agents (ABTA): consumer rights pages  

Guide to the law, ABTA's Code of Conduct and Arbitration Scheme rules.

The Directory: Law Associations: International

International Forum of Travel and Tourism Advocates  

International, independent organisation for professional exchanges in the field of legal issues related to tourism and travel.

The Directory: Regulators

Civil Aviation Authority (CAA)  

The UK's specialist aviation regulator with specific responsibilities for air safety, economic regulation, airspace regulation, consumer protection and environmental research and consultancy.

The Directory: Trade and Industry Organisations

Association of British Travel Agents (ABTA)  

Formed in 1950 by 22 leading travel companies, ABTA now represents over 5,000 travel agencies and more than 900 tour operations throughout the British Isles. They aim to maintain high standards of trading practice for the benefit of its Members, the travel industry at large, and the consumers that they serve, creating as favourable a business climate as possible for its Members.

Association of Independent Travel Agents (AITA)  

Represents Britain's specialist tour operators. Members are independent companies, most of them owner-managed, specialising in particular destinations or types of holidays.

Chartered Institute of Marketing Travel Industry Group (CIMtIG)  

The travel industry group of the Chartered Institute of Marketing, promoting marketing excellence within travel, and providing networking, career and study opportunities to marketing professionals in this exciting and vibrant industry.

Federation of Tour Operators (FTO)  

Organisation aiming to ensure the continued long term success of the air inclusive holiday. Through partnership, education, information and support, the organisation also exercises a powerful influence for change on issues such as, health, safety and hygiene, and regulatory improvements overseas.

International Air Transport Association (IATA)  

As a global trade organization, IATA's mission is to represent, lead and serve the airline industry.