Global Travel Group has been confirmed as the latest Accredited Body under the new Flight-Plus Atol regime.
Members of Accredited Bodies can sell Atol protected holidays without having their own Atol.
Travel Counsellors was named the first Accredited Body in February.
Global Travel Group managing director Dave Clayton said: "It’s great to be able to give the members comfort in knowing it’s very much business as usual with self packaging, which still remains to be the fastest growing sector in the market.
"Triton Rooms now offers over 200,000 hotels and apartments worldwide, and offers tremendous value for money. With our vast number of partner airlines, we are confident that we are providing all of the tools necessary for our members to compete both on, and offline."
A CAA spokesman added: "The confirmation that Global Travel Group has met the CAA’s criteria to become an Accredited Body offers travel organisers an additional option for compliance with the new Atol regulations, and the CAA thanks Global Travel Group for their co-operation throughout the application process."
The CAA is expected to give details of two more Accredited Bodies before the April 30 deadline.
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