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Travellers looking to book their Hajj pilgrimage this year are being warned against online deals that seem too good to be true.
The Civil Aviation Authority's campaign is working to protect travellers after an increasing trend in the sale of illegal or fake package deals. In the worst cases, these illegal vendors have been prosecuted and imprisoned.
With over 25,000 British Muslims expected to make the Hajj pilgrimage this August, the Civil Aviation Authority is launching a campaign to ensure that this often once in a lifetime trip is not scuppered by booking through a disreputable company, or those falsely posing as reputable travel agents.
By researching, using a trustworthy and reputable company that will provide you with ATOL protection, consumers can travel with peace of mind.
Using a recommended travel agent is helpful, but it is still vital to check that your provider is ATOL protected despite any recommendation you may receive.
Always follow our top five Hajj travel tips:
Visit www.packpeaceofmind.co.uk for more information about ATOL protection.