Africa Sky Ireland protects your investment in your holiday through membership of professional bodies and full compliance with their published codes of best conduct and practice.
Africa Sky Ireland is licensed to trade as a Travel Agent (CAR License No 0664) by the Commission for Aviation Regulation.
Established as an independent public body in February 2001, the CAR regulates aspects of the aviation industry and is also responsible for licensing the travel trade in Ireland. As a condition of granting licences to tour operators and travel agents, the Commission insists on the deposit of a secured financial bond. It uses these bonds to administer a scheme to reimburse consumers in the event of commercial or other difficulties with their provider. Booking your holiday through a CAR Licenced operator means your money and your holiday are protected from the outset.
Visit CAR (Commission for Aviation Regulation) website
Africa Sky Ireland also supports activities and recommendations made by the Irish Aviation Authority, the commercial state-sponsored company which was established in 1994 to provide air navigation services in Irish-controlled airspace and to regulate safety standards within the Irish civil aviation industry.
Visit IAA (Irish Aviation Authority) website
Africa Sky Ireland is a fully participating member of ATTA, the voice of African tourism. It's run by an executive based in London, supported by a board of advisors from across the African tourism industry. ATTA is not a regulatory authority and has no legal sanction over the operational practices of its members. However, it does encourage and promote best practice amongst members through regular forums, seminars and exhibitions. ATTA members must demonstrate an ongoing commitment to co-operate in order to promote African tourism and achieve the highest possible standards for their customers.
Visit ATTA (Advancing Tourism to Africa) website
Africa Sky Ireland is also involved with I A T A, the main forum for international inter-airline cooperation, which now includes 230 members from 126 countries throughout the world.
Visit IATA (International Air Transport Association) website
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