The company, based in Neasden, London, was a Clia member and Atol-protected and described itself as providing “unique tours with a touch of culture”.
The business traded under Hari Aum Cruises, Hari Aum Holidays and Premier H Club, and under the website www.hariaum.com.
The Civil Aviation Authority advises that for those currently overseas on a trip, and who hold a schedule flight ticket, the flight remains valid for the return to the UK.
Passengers are advised to check with the airline as per their existing flight ticket.
The CAA is speaking to the accommodation providers in order to guarantee no changes to the accommodation portion of the trip.
It is possible that consumers may be required to pay again for accommodation, or other elements purchased as part of the Atol-protected trip.
Consumers who are required to repay are advised to ensure that they retain a clear receipt showing the method of payment, which will be required in order to submit a claim for reimbursement.
For those booked to travel and who were issued with an Atol certificate and confirmation which states ’Package sale’, and who hold scheduled tickets, the flight may be valid.
More information can be found on the CAA website.
There was no answer when TTG tried to call Hari Aum.