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Thomas Cook Group: Defunct British global travel group
Thomas Cook Group plc was a British global travel group. It was formed on 19 June 2007 by the merger of Thomas Cook AG and MyTravel Group. The group operated in two separate segments: a tour operator and an airline. It also operated travel agencies in Europe. On 23 September 2019 Thomas Cook Group and all UK entities went into compulsory liquidation.

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Thomas Cook staff reunite for 'final goodbye' at Suffolk holiday park

Hundreds of former Thomas Cook staff will meet at a holiday park in Suffolk.
BBC News - Published

Staff back at work in former Thomas Cook shops

Former Thomas Cook staff go back to work in their travel shops.
BBC News - Published

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Government to set up fund to assist Thomas Cook customers [Video]Government to set up fund to assist Thomas Cook customers

The Government will set up a statutory compensation scheme for Thomas Cook customers who face losing out on injury compensation claims because of the company’s collapse. In a Commons statement,..

Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO     Duration: 01:02Published

Former Thomas Cook CEO 'deeply sorry' about failure [Video]Former Thomas Cook CEO 'deeply sorry' about failure

The former boss of Thomas Cook has said he is "deeply sorry" for the travel firm's collapse. Ex-chief executive Peter Fankhauser told MPs that senior figures at the company regretted being unable to..

Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO     Duration: 00:54Published

UK will agree Brexit deal - Ryanair CEO [Video]UK will agree Brexit deal - Ryanair CEO

Britain has no choice but to agree an orderly exit from the European Union, Ryanair's chief executive Michael O'Leary said on Tuesday. David Pollard reports.

Credit: Reuters Studio     Duration: 01:51Published

Thomas Cook collapse: businesses and employees in Crete in limbo after company's failure [Video]Thomas Cook collapse: businesses and employees in Crete in limbo after company's failure

Businesses and tourism workers across Europe are feeling the shockwaves of Thomas Cook's collapse. In Greece, people working for the company's hotels fear they will not get paid. Today, the UK Civil..

Credit: euronews (in English)     Duration: 01:38Published

Thomas Cook's German wings aim to fly on [Video]Thomas Cook's German wings aim to fly on

Thomas Cook's German tour operator is aiming for survival, while its German airline is getting state help to stay in the air - moves that are certain to raise questions back in the UK. Julian..

Credit: Reuters Studio     Duration: 01:20Published

 

Thomas Cook collapse a big threat to Spain's tourist industry

The sudden demise of Thomas Cook has left the tour industry and its staff in limbo in Spain.
BBC News - Published

Thomas Cook: Union leader calls for ministers to face scrutiny over travel firm's collapse

'There are questions about what the government knew about possible financial assistance from Europe,' says Manuel Cortes
Independent - Published

'Rod Stewart was our wedding singer'

Sir Rod Stewart serenades a couple whose Las Vegas wedding was in jeopardy after Thomas Cook folded.
BBC News - Published

Thomas Cook woman urges 'in depth' probe after epic trek to Number 10

Rachel Murrell walked more than 200 miles from Devon to deliver her message to the prime minister.
BBC News - Published

Thomas Cook: Former staff flock to Manchester Airport jobs fairs

Former employees say they have been through a "rollercoaster of emotions" since the collapse.
BBC News - Published

UK to fly back another 5,000 people on Thursday after Thomas Cook collapse

The British Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) said 25 flights are scheduled to fly on Thursday to return another 5,000 people to the country in the tenth day of the repatriation operation following the..
Reuters - Published

Thomas Cook: Rachel Murrell walks 200 miles to quiz bosses

Thomas Cook cabin manager Rachel Murrell is walking from Devon to London to join staff protests.
BBC News - Published

UK accounting watchdog examining EY audit of Thomas Cook

Britain's Financial Reporting Council has started an investigation into accountant EY's audit of Thomas Cook, the travel company that collapsed last month leaving tens of thousands of holiday-makers..
Reuters - Published

UK to fly back 7,000 people as Thomas Cook repatriation efforts enter second week

Britain's Civil Aviation Authority on Tuesday said 39 flights are scheduled to bring back a further 7,000 people to the country after the Thomas Cook collapse, as the operation enters its second week.
Reuters - Published

Thomas Cook staff protest at Conservative Party Conference

Demonstrators at the Manchester Convention Centre, some in Thomas Cook uniform, chanted "pay us now".
BBC News - Published

Former Telford Thomas Cook staff give holiday advice from cafe

Despite losing their jobs, staff left a note on the travel shop door offering their assistance.
BBC News - Published

Portugal sets aside 150 million euros to offer credit to firms hit by Thomas Cook collapse

The Portuguese government has earmarked 150 million euros ($164 million) worth of credit to help local companies affected by the collapse of British travel firm Thomas Cook, the cabinet said on Friday.
Reuters - Published

Turkey will make up for tourists lost in Thomas Cook collapse: minister

Turkey will be able to make up for the number of tourists lost after Thomas Cook collapsed earlier this week, Tourism Minister Mehmet Ersoy said on Friday, announcing that several airlines are expected..
Reuters - Published

UK's business committee to investigate Thomas Cook collapse

The British parliament's business committee has launched an inquiry into the collapse of travel group Thomas Cook and will seek to question the management over issues such as executive pay and..
Reuters - Published

German court begins protection proceedings for Thomas Cook's Condor

Germany's Condor, which is owned by British travel operator Thomas Cook, said on Thursday that a Frankfurt court had begun investor protection proceedings that should allow the airline to be..
Reuters - Published

Thomas Cook collapse: 'Nobody knows what's going to happen'

Thomas Cook has been the lifeblood of one community in Majorca now fighting for survival following the collapse of the company.
BBC News - Published

Hoteliers in Majorca fear future following Thomas Cook collapse

Once a magnet for Thomas Cook tourists, one Majorcan community is now fighting for survival.
BBC News - Published

Thomas Cook collapse to cost Morocco hotels $20 million: tourism body

The collapse of British travel operator Thomas Cook has left Moroccan hotels facing unpaid bills of about 200 million dirhams ($20 million), the head of Morocco's tourism federation said on Wednesday.
Reuters - Published

Factbox: Thomas Cook collapse prompts international response

The collapse of British travel operator Thomas Cook left hundreds of thousands of holidaymakers abroad and forced governments and insurers to coordinate a huge operation to get them home.
Reuters - Published

Britain will try to recover cost of Thomas Cook repatriation: minister

Britain will try to recoup the cost of repatriating tens of thousands of Thomas Cook customers and will examine if airlines could be wound down in a more orderly process after collapse, Transport..
Reuters - Published

Britain to operate 70 flights to bring back people after Thomas Cook collapse

More than 70 flights were scheduled to operate on Wednesday, Britain's Civil Aviation Authority said, to bring back 16,500 people after the collapse of travel firm Thomas Cook.
Reuters - Published

Thomas Cook collapse: German company files for bankruptcy

After the UK parent company's collapse, the German subsidiary tries to save its national brands.
BBC News - Published

Thomas Cook holidaymakers and crew 'can leave' Cuba, says CAA

The Civil Aviation Authority says flights have been arranged to get Thomas Cook holidaymakers back.
BBC News - Published

About 45 Tunisian hotels affected by the collapse of Thomas Cook

About 45 hotels have been affected in Tunisia after the collapse of Thomas Cook, and the government will help the hotels with soft loans, Tunisia's tourism minister said on Tuesday.
Reuters - Published

Thomas Cook France says seeking creditor protection

The French arm of collapsed British travel firm Thomas Cook said on Tuesday it was asking the French commercial court of Nanterre for creditor protection.
Reuters - Published

Bulgarian tourism faces serious challenge from Thomas Cook collapse

Thomas Cook's collapse poses a serious challenge to Bulgarian tourism, with dozens of Black Sea hotels facing losses totaling tens of millions of dollars as negotiations for the next summer season take..
Reuters - Published

As Thomas Cook customers return home, blame game begins

Prime Minister Boris Johnson and unions questioned the part played by Thomas Cook's richly rewarded bosses in the company's demise on Tuesday, and asked why the state had to foot the bill for bringing..
Reuters - Published

Thomas Cook collapse affects 53,000 British nationals in Spain: tourism minister

The collapse of British travel firm Thomas Cook has affected 53,000 Britons in Spain, Spanish Acting Tourism Minister Reyes Maroto told reporters on Tuesday.
Reuters - Published

Thomas Cook collapse: German airline Condor seeks financial help

Germany's government considers offering Condor financial aid so it can keep running.
BBC News - Published

Factbox: Countries scramble after Thomas Cook collapse strands travelers

The collapse of British travel operator Thomas Cook has left hundreds of thousands holidaymakers abroad and forced governments and insurers to coordinate a huge operation to get them home.
Reuters - Published

Windfall for investors that bet on Thomas Cook collapse

A panel of bankers has ruled that some investors in Thomas Cook's credit derivatives worth as much as $2.7 billion are eligible for a payout following the world's oldest tour operator's collapse on..
Reuters - Published

Investors that bet on Thomas Cook collapse will get paid out: panel

A panel of bankers has ruled that some investors in Thomas Cook's credit derivatives worth as much as $2.7 billion are eligible for a payout following the world's oldest tour operator's collapse on..
Reuters - Published

After Thomas Cook collapse, UK PM asks why bosses got paid millions

After the collapse of Thomas Cook left hundreds of thousands of passengers reliant on the British state to repatriate them, Prime Minister Boris Johnson questioned whether bosses should have paid..
Reuters - Published

Cluster of hedge funds set to profit from Thomas Cook failure

The collapse of travel operator Thomas Cook is set to result in a bumper pay day for a clutch of hedge funds who bet the company's share price would fall.
Reuters - Published

We Are Stoke-on-Trent: Holidaymakers react to Thomas Cook collapse

Would-be holidaymakers have been trying to salvage their trips amid Thomas Cook's collapse.
BBC News - Published

'Absolutely gutted': demise of Thomas Cook wrecks travelers' plans

Holidaymakers hit by the collapse of Thomas Cook , the world's oldest tourist firm, desperately scrambled for information on Monday on how to get home, as Britain mounted its largest repatriation..
Reuters - Published

Factbox: Who loses and who gains from the demise of Thomas Cook?

The world's oldest travel firm Thomas Cook collapsed on Monday, stranding more than half a million holidaymakers around the globe and sparking the largest peacetime repatriation effort in British..
Reuters - Published

Factbox: Countries' different reactions to Thomas Cook bankruptcy

British travel operator Thomas Cook ran hotels, resorts and airlines ferrying 19 million people a year to 16 different countries. It currently has 600,000 people abroad, forcing governments and..
Reuters - Published

Thomas Cook shareholder says firm to be sold as whole or in parts

Thomas Cook will be sold as a whole or in parts after its collapse, the company's second-largest shareholder said on Monday, adding he would see what is offered before deciding whether to buy more..
Reuters - Published

Turkey could miss out on 700,000 tourists a year after Thomas Cook collapse: hotel federation

Turkey could miss out on 600,000-700,000 tourists a year following the collapse of British tourism agency Thomas Cook on Monday, the head of Turkey's Hoteliers Federation (TUROFED) said.
Reuters - Published

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