AITO

AcronymDefinition
AITOAssociation of Independent Tour Operators (UK)
AITOAssociation Internationale pour les Technologies Objets
AITOAssociazione Italiana Terapisti Occupazionali
AITOAs It Turns Out
AITOAzadi International Tourism Organization (Iran)
AITOAmnesty International Toronto Organization (Canada)
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The two species share similarities regarding general shape and colour, behaviour, habitat preference, and exhibit similar head pore and papillae patterns including a conspicuously enlarged AITO pore.
Call into Choice shop deals, prices at time of Five years ago, AITO urged the Government to levy pounds 1 on every passenger on outbound flights to build a fund to protect all passengers leaving What pound will get you the UK against future airline failures.
Wherever possible make bookings in the coming months for holidays protected by leading bonding schemes - mainly through ABTA, ATOL AITO - to ensure a good chance of getting your money back if things go wrong.
In order to protect your money, ensure that your travel agent can provide financial protection and that your tour operator is either an ABTA or AITO Member and holds an ATOL.
There will be an increasing number opting for countries on the edge of the eurozone," said AITO chairman, Derek Moore, highlighting Morocco's assets, particularly its proximity to Europe.
It's run by travel agents linked to AITO, the Association of Independent Tour Operators.
To explore a variety of Shakespearean locations, find your nearest AITO Specialist Travel Agent by calling 020 8744 9271 or: aitoagents.
says online bookings are safe if covered by bonding schemes such as ATOL, ABTA or AITO.
AITO chairman Martin Garland, said: "We have been urging the government for years to take action to clarify consumer protection law in the travel industry.
THE new AITO Directory of Real Holidays gives details of 150 small specialist companies who offer a real service for their holidaymakers.
You can further guard against disaster by ensuring travel agents and tour operators belong to a recognised trade association such as ABTA (Association of British Travel Agents) or AITO (Association of Independent Tour Operators).