New Zealand Sky protects your financial interests and your holiday through membership of professional trade bodies and organisations and full adherence to published codes of best conduct and practice.
New Zealand Sky is fully ATOL bonded with the CAA (ATOL Number 9759).
The CAA is the UK's aviation regulator with specific responsibilities that include air safety, airspace regulation and consumer protection through the management of the Air Travel Organisers' Licensing (ATOL) scheme.
All air tour and holiday operators in the UK are required by law to hold an ATOL licence which demands that the operator deposit a substantial financial bond with the CAA. ATOL protects you from losing money or being stranded abroad in the event of any problems with the tour provider by refunding any monies paid or arranging for people abroad to finish their holiday and fly home.
New Zealand Sky is also involved with IATA, the main forum for inter-airline cooperation in promoting safe, reliable, and economical air services. At its founding, IATA had 57 members from 31 nations, mostly in Europe and North America. Today it has some 230 members from 126 countries throughout the globe.
Visit IATA (International Air Transport Association) website
New Zealand Sky is a member of the CTO which sets out to support tourism across the Caribbean region. It aims to help ensure that tourists are offered the best range of options and delivered the best possible experiences during any visit. More importantly, it has a huge focus on the social and economic benefits for the people of the Caribbean.
To find out more see www.onecaribbean.org
New Zealand Sky is a full member of IAGTO. The organisation estimates it oversees 85% of golf holidays sold worldwide. It provides great contacts to ensure the best deals are available to members, new opportunities to bring new ideas and new packages to customers as well as training and assistance to ensure that the best advice and service is delivered to the customer.
New Zealand Sky 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