The CAA has renewed 704 of the 805 Atols that were due to expire on 31 March.
A total of 55 did not apply, while 46 had applied but not yet been renewed by 28 April.
The announcement comes after it was confirmed the Atol renewal would be extended until 28 April to enable Atol holders to focus resources on the impact of the coronavirus crisis, and in looking after their customers.
It also allowed the CAA to concentrate its resources, as well as “giving due consideration of the Atol holders applying for renewal to reassess the basis of their application”.
At the end of March, some Atol holders’ applications had already been processed, the CAA said, but all Atol holders had their licences extended to 28 April.
The CAA added that following its advice during previous renewals periods, many Atol holders applied earlier to renew, ensuring all necessary information was available at the time of submission.
Michael Budge, head of Atol licensing operations for the CAA, said: “The CAA would like to thank the industry for its patience.
“Our online renewal system allowed us to efficiently approve applications from smaller companies and allowed our specialist team to focus their resources effectively while the CAA team are working remotely.
“I would like to thank our teams for their work on this while the CAA deals with a number of high priority obligations because of Covid-19’s effect on the travel industry.
“While the decision to extend the renewal period is an exceptional one, it has been the correct course of action.”
Budge admitted that the circumstances highlighted the CAA’s need “to continue to focus on ensuring the appropriate protection of advance customer monies as well as Atol holders maintaining adequate liquidity”, in order to meet future obligations.
He said that where appropriate it would “enhance its approach to meet this objective”.
“It is important that Atol holders continue to work closely with the Atol team, so that we can provide support where possible for the benefit of both the travel industry and consumers,” said Budge.