Is There An Email Address For On The Beach?

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How do I get in touch with on the beach?

You can call On The Beach on their customer services telephone number 0161 444 8416 if you wish contact an advisor from within the UK but will have to use the international dialling code +44 161 444 8416 to report a problem with a holiday package from overseas.

How do I cancel my on the beach?

If you need to make a change to a booking or would like to cancel, you have to submit a request through the My Bookings section of their website and On The Beach will give you a quote.

Is on the beach going into administration?

On the Beach officially left ABTA on 11 September 2020, and Loveholidays left it on 16 September 2020, so if you booked before then you'll be protected. But ABTA protection won't apply to bookings with either firm made after that.

Is on the beach Atol protected 2021?

With On the Beach, all of your flight-inclusive package holidays are ATOL protected.

What's the difference between ATOL and ABTA?

What is the difference between ABTA and ATOL? ATOL (Air Travel Organiser's Licensing) sits alongside ABTA but is specifically designed to cover people who fly. Whereas ABTA covers rail, road, or sea travel holidays. Many ABTA tour operators also provide bonds to the Civil Aviation Authority under the ATOL scheme.

What happens if my holiday destination is on the red list?

But what happens if your flight or holiday is cancelled? If a country moves on to the red list, only essential travel is advised and that doesn't include a sunshine getaway. So that would mean your holiday ends up being cancelled by the company you booked through.

Can I reschedule my on the beach holiday?

Changing travel dates - You can request to do this online via “My Bookings”, under “request a change”. It's worth knowing that On the Beach can't make amendments to flight bookings as these are non-refundable by the airline.

Will I lose deposit if I cancel holiday?

The travel company's booking conditions will set out the cancellation terms. Normally you'll be required to pay the full deposit and then forfeit this amount. Always make sure you've read the terms and conditions before you continue on to making a confirmed booking.

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Where is hot April May?

Where's hot in April?

Country City Average temperature in April
Morocco Marrakech 18°C / 64°F
USA Las Vegas 22°C / 66°F
Spain Lanzarote 20°C / 68°F
Turkey Bodrum 17°C / 63°F

Where is hottest in June?

Where is hot in June

Destination Temperature (°C)
Cancun 36.0
Kos 32.1
Phuket 31.7
Athens 30.4

How do I contact Atol by phone?

If you do not have access to the internet or have urgent questions (perhaps you are abroad at the time), call us on +44 (0) 333 103 6350.

What happens if you don't pay remaining balance of a holiday?

By not paying on time, you've broken the contract. The travel company is likely to reserve the right to cancel your booking without giving you prior notice (such as sending you a reminder) and to apply its cancellation charges, which will usually mean you forfeit your deposit.

What happens if I don't pay my Haven holiday on time?

Your booking confirmation will show your balance due date(s). It is your responsibility to pay the balance when it's due and, if you don't, we'll cancel your holiday and you won't get your money back.

How long does it take for on the beach to confirm booking?

In most cases, we process these bookings quickly, however it can sometimes take up to 48 hours. If it hasn't been possible to confirm your booking within 48 hours, we'll be in touch within 72 hours with next steps. If you do not have a LOV Booking ID reference you will not be able to log into Manage My Booking.

What does Amber listed mean?

The amber list features countries that people in England are only allowed to visit if they quarantine for 10 days on their return. Visitors coming from amber list countries must also book and pay for Covid tests to take on days two and eight of your 10 day quarantine period.

Is Lanzarote an island?

Lanzarote, island, Las Palmas provincia (province), in the Canary Islands comunidad autónoma (autonomous community), Spain. It is the easternmost of the Canary Islands, in the North Atlantic Ocean.

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Are the Canary Islands on the amber list?

Spain is currently on the Amber list - as are its Canary Islands (including Gran Canara and Tenerife) and the Balearic Islands (including Ibiza, Mallorca, Menorca and Formentera).

Why did on the beach leave ABTA?

Two of the UK's largest online travel agents, On the Beach and Love Holidays, have left the Association of British Travel Agents (Abta), following disputes over customer refunds. The move means thousands of customers who had complained to Abta no longer have access to support through its arbitration scheme.

What does Atol protected mean?

ATOL (which stands for Air Travel Organiser's Licence) is a UK financial protection scheme and it protects most air package holidays sold by travel businesses. If a travel business with an ATOL ceases trading, the ATOL scheme protects consumers who had booked ATOL protected holidays with the business.

Do I complain to ABTA or ATOL?

If there is no reference to an ATOL holder or airline but the agent is in a trade association such as ABTA, the TTA or the Global Travel Group you should contact them for advice. If not you should contact Citizens Advice online or by phone on 08454 040506.

Who owns ABTA?

ABTA – The Travel Association

Abbreviation ABTA
Region served UK
Membership Around 1,200 companies with c. 5,000 travel agent branches and c. 900 tour operators
Chief Executive Mark Tanzer
Main organ ABTA Board of Directors (Chairman - Alistair Rowland) and ABTA Council of Regions

Is ABTA as good as ATOL?

ABTA (the Association of British Travel Agents) offers broadly the same level of protection as ATOL. However, ABTA applies to holidays purchased in the UK that don't include flights, that is to say rail, cruise and self-drive holidays.

Can I travel if FCO advises against?

If the Foreign Office advises against "all but essential travel" or "all travel", you aren't supposed to go, and this may trigger a refund – see more on refund rights if the Foreign Office warns against travel below. Travelling in defiance of the advice may also invalidate your insurance.

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How long does it take to get a refund from a travel agency?

If a passenger is owed a refund, an airline, travel agent, or online travel agency must process it within seven business days if the passenger paid by credit card, and 20 business days if the passenger paid by cash or check.

How do I send a message to On The Beach?

If you would like to email On The Beach you can either visit their official 'contact us' website to manage your booking or if you would like to enquire about a transfer you can use their dedicated online address admin@onthebeachtransfers.co.uk.

How do I contact the beach holidays?

Alternatively, if you would like to book over the phone then please call our Sales team on 0871 474 3000. Calls to this number are charged at 13p per minute plus network rates.

How do I talk to someone at the beach?

You can call On The Beach on their customer services telephone number 0161 444 8416 if you wish contact an advisor from within the UK but will have to use the international dialling code +44 161 444 8416 to report a problem with a holiday package from overseas.

How do I cancel my on the beach holiday?

  • How do I cancel my On the Beach Holiday?
  • Step 1: Access your holiday booking online via the Manage My Booking option.
  • Step 2: Cancel the booking.
  • Step 3: Pay the all cancellations fees both from On the Beach and suppliers in your booking.
  • If you fail to make payment, you will be responsible for meeting any claims (including legal costs) subsequently made against us because of your actions together with all costs we incur in pursuing any claim against you.

    What is the difference between ABTA and ATOL? ATOL (Air Travel Organiser's Licensing) sits alongside ABTA but is specifically designed to cover people who fly. Whereas ABTA covers rail, road, or sea travel holidays. Many ABTA tour operators also provide bonds to the Civil Aviation Authority under the ATOL scheme.