Booking terms and conditions

Booking Terms and Conditions

The following Terms and Conditions apply to Your Booking with Worldstars Travel Management (“WTM”) together with any other associated paperwork provided to you at the time of booking or subsequently as the case may be. WTM or Worldstars Travel Management is defined as Worldstars International Limited, Registered Number 261933694 and Registered Office at 12 Hollowfield Walk, London, UB5 5SZ.

WTM’s 3rd Party Suppliers are Members of ATOL, IATA, ABTA.

Definitions and context

You and Your and the Customer is / are defined as the person(s) or body corporate or firm on whose behalf the Booking is made and includes the person(s) travelling.

A Booking includes travel services provided by WTM over the phone, via e-mail, on-line, or in any other fashion including letter / fax.

A Booking Fee is the fee charged by WTM to the Customer for supplying the Travel Services and excludes the charge made by the relevant 3rd Party Supplier in respect of the underlying travel, accommodation or other services supplied. A Management Fee is the fee charged by WTM where the Customer has requested a fixed or partly fixed periodic charge rather than a transaction based Booking Fee.

Travel Services are the services rendered by WTM in taking a booking and/or otherwise arranging, negotiating and reporting the supply of travel by 3rd Party Suppliers to the Customer. 3rd Party Suppliers are any 3rd parties who supply any travel or other related travel services (including transport by air, road, ship or otherwise and accommodation) to the Customer.


(i) WTM shall act solely as the Customer’s agent in providing the Travel Services.

(ii) In making a Booking with WTM the Customer is entering into a legally binding contract with the relevant 3rd Party Supplier for provision of travel and/or accommodation and/or other such services.

(iii) The terms of the contract with the 3rd Party Supplier are governed by its own terms and conditions (available to the Customer upon request).

(iv) WTM is not responsible for any default or failure in any supply by any 3rd Party Supplier or for any loss, claim, cost, damage or injury incurred by the Customer as a result thereof.

(v) WTM is not responsible for any costs or damages arising directly or indirectly as a result of any changes or cancellations by 3rd Party Suppliers in relation to any Customer Booking.


(i) As the Customer’s agent, WTM shall contract with 3rd Party Suppliers only on behalf of the Customer. Any and all costs incurred by WTM with 3rd Party Suppliers for travel and/or accommodation (including those costs relating to booking amendments and or cancellations) will be the financial obligation of the Customer. The Customer shall pay to WTM all such costs in line with agreed terms of credit between WTM and the Customer or in advance of travel where terms of credit are not in place.

(ii) Where the Customer has not paid WTM in line with agreed credit terms (or in advance of travel where such terms are not in place) WTM reserves the right to cancel any outstanding Bookings and charge to the Customer all relevant cancellation fees.

(iii) WTM reserves the right to charge an administration fee for amendments or cancellations of any bookings, including in the case where no additional documentation is required. WTM will charge to the Customer all relevant bank charges and merchant fees. (iv) WTM operates an out of hours service and reserves the right to charge to the Customer costs incurred in use of this service.


(i) The Customer should clarify in writing at the time of booking what are the conditions under which Bookings can be refunded. For the avoidance of doubt, WTM can grant a refund to the Customer only where the 3rd Party Supplier terms and conditions so allow.

(ii) In many cases, Bookings are not refundable.

(iii) WTM reserves the right to charge a refund administration fee.


(i) In the event of a claim by the Customer or by any person travelling under a Booking in respect of the supply of the Travel Services or any other liability whatsoever for which WTM is responsible in law, WTM’s maximum liability is restricted to the lesser of (a) the total amount paid to WTM by way of fees for the supply of the Travel Services concerned by the claimant and (b) any additional expenses incurred by the claimant.

(ii) WTM shall incur no other liability whatsoever to the Customer or any person travelling in respect of any direct, indirect or consequential losses. (iii) Nothing in these terms and conditions limits WTM’s liability in respect of death or personal injury where such liability cannot by law be excluded.


(i) WTM does not carry travel insurance on behalf of the Customer.

(ii) The Customer agrees that it should adequately insure itself and all travelers under a Booking in respect of eventualities including (but not limited to) the cost of assistance (including repatriation) in the event of accident or illness or any other loss, claim or injury associated with travelling under a Booking.


VAT will be charged where applicable at the rate in force on the date of supply.


(i) WTM reserves the right to vary the terms of these Booking Terms and Conditions at any time. Such variation shall take effect immediately and will be available to view online.

(ii) WTM reserves the right to review and adjust all elements of fees without prior notice to take account of (but not limited to) inflation, increased charges, costs, or changes to terms and conditions by suppliers or other parties.


(i) All calls into and from WTM may be silently monitored and recorded for training and quality purposes.

(ii) The information that you provide to WTM in making a Booking (or an enquiry) will be passed to the relevant 3rd Party Suppliers and any other persons necessary for the provision of your travel (including public authorities such as customs or immigration) or as required by law. WTM may also use this information for marketing purposes.

Governing Law

In dealings between WTM and the Customer, any contracts shall be governed by the law of England and shall be subject to the jurisdiction of the English Courts, without prejudice to the right of WTM to seek recovery of any sums due from the Customer before any court of competent jurisdiction.

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