Travel firm Sun4U collapsed leaving 1200 customers abroad
The British holiday company Sun4U has collapsed leaving almost 1200 people abroad on a trip. The firm has advised its customer to contact Association of British Travel Agents (ABTA) for their claims. Most of the customers are left in Spain.
On the other hand, the ABTA has said the customers having packages of Air Travel Operators' Licensing (ATOL) would be able to continue their holiday trips as per the previous plan.
A spokesman for the firm has said that, about 1200 people are away on the trip and most of them are in Spain. He has also added that any customer who had booked a holiday package should contact the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) or contact the supplier named in their retail invoice.
The Birmingham based travel firm Sun4U has advised the customer to call on a helpline number for their claims. It is still unclear that how the stuck people will return to their own places.
People on the trip are asked to pay for their accommodation and everything as the responsible firm has been collapsed. The firm was a leading player in the travel and holidays industry basically in Spain and Mallorca.
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