A trader who facilitates a linked travel arrangement must tell you before the contract is entered into, via a standard information form, that this is not package travel and that you therefore do not have the same rights.

If they fail to respect this obligation, the trader will be subject, for all travel services contained in the linked travel arrangement, to certain obligations which normally apply to an operator of package travel. These include:

  • the transfer of the contract
  • the possibility of termination
  • responsibility for the proper execution of the travel services
  • the obligation to assist
  • price reduction and compensation.

When you book a linked travel arrangement, you are not entitled to a cooling-off period, even if you book online.

Are you sure that you booked a linked travel arrangement? Visit our page showing a definition of the different types of travel contracts.

Last update
21 October 2022