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Government, banks, apply the coup de grace to Thomas Cook, other airlines profiteer, while the flight shame movement multiplies exponentially – a witches’ brew that does not bode well
The airline industry certainly knows how to shoot itself in the foot. The last couple of weeks have seen the collapse of a number of…..
Thomas Cook collapses: Manchester hit the hardest, Cardiff has the most to lose, while Dalaman will also suffer
The collapse of Thomas Cook on the morning of 23-Sep-2019 was not unexpected, with the tour operator having fought for months to safeguard its future…..
Thomas Cook sees smaller Turkish resorts, North African adventures, split-generation holidays and the return of the Moscow Mule cocktail as key travel trends from the UK in 2020
We all enjoy some downtime away from the pressures of work, and even if we travel as part of our employment, a break abroad remains…..
Thomas Cook allows Economy passengers to lie-flat on its A330s as Sleeper Seat choice sees it expand its product offering
With increasingly restrictive travel policies, cost control and a need for individual convenience, an increasing number of business travellers find themselves playing the game of…..
Thomas Cook Airlines Group is in the market for a new widebody and a decision to replace 16 Boeing 767s currently flying with its German-based operation Condor could…..
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airberlin CEO Thomas Winkelmann commented on parties interested in acquiring parts of the carrier, stating all three potential investors are “reputable in terms of their finances,…..