Memberships and Affiliations
Through membership and affiliation to key industry organisations The Monarch Group aims to promote an environment that is beneficial to the safety and efficiency of civil aviation and responsible tour operations.
The Monarch Group belongs to the following major associations:
International Air Carrier Association (IACA)
IACA monitors and informs its member airlines of all regulatory developments concerning environmental issues, consumer policy, taxation and social affairs. It seeks to optimise the use of airspace capacity and promotes the restructuring of route networks to increase efficiency.
IACA strives to ensure a high level of service standards at leisure destinations and organises missions to resolve critical airport issues. In partnership with decision-makers, IACA promotes safe and efficiency solutions to technical, engineering and maintenance issues.
British Air Transport Association (BATA)
BATA is the trade association for UK-registered airlines. Its members cover all sectors of the industry, carrying over 129 million passengers and 1.1 million tonnes of cargo a year and are responsible for some 96% of UK airline output. BATA members recognise the external impacts of air travel and take their environmental responsibilities very seriously.
BATA strongly supports a strategy for sustainable development based on technology and efficiency, linked to fair and effective environmental and economic measures, applied internationally. Aviation is currently a relatively small contributor (2% of man-made CO2 emissions). However, BATA members are playing their full part in addressing this global challenge. BATA also plays a leading role in Sustainable Aviation, the world-leading joint sustainability initiative for UK aviation.
Association of British Travel Agents (ABTA)
ABTA has been at the heart of travel for more than 60 years. Its purpose is to help its members to grow their businesses successfully and sustainably, and to help their customers – the travelling public – have confidence in their travel experience. The ABTA brand stands for expertise, reliability and fairness. These qualities are core and ensure that holidaymakers remain confident in the holiday products that they buy from ABTA members.
ABTA helps its members and their customers navigate through today's changing travel landscape by providing schemes of financial protection and a course of redress if something goes wrong; by raising standards in the industry and by giving guidance on issues from sustainability to health and safety; and by presenting a united voice to government to ensure the industry and the public get a fair deal.
Air Traffic Organisers’ Licensing (ATOL)
ATOL is the UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) scheme offers consumers security and peace of mind when purchasing overseas air holidays where a flight and accommodation have been booked together, some flights booked separately and applies in certain other circumstances.
Our ATOL certificate number is 2275.
Monarch Aircraft Engineering Authority Approvals
Monarch Aircraft Engineering is an approved maintenance, design authority and training organisation which is certified by a number of worldwide airworthiness authorities.
|Aruba||Department of Civil Aviation||DL-ACC-101|
|UAE||UAE General Civil Aviation Authority||AMO/053|
|Ukraine||State Aviation Administration||BP 0273|
|UK||Civil Aviation Authority||UK.145.00029|
|USA||Federal Aviation Administration||AZ5Y745M|
|European Union||European Aviation Safety Agency||EASA.21J.084|
|UK||Civil Aviation Authority||UK.147.0018|