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

BBC News Wednesday, 25 September 2019
The Civil Aviation Authority says flights have been arranged to get Thomas Cook holidaymakers back.
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News video: Thomas Cook CEO apologises for collapse as holidaymakers left stranded

Thomas Cook CEO apologises for collapse as holidaymakers left stranded 01:29

The tour operator Thomas Cook has ceased trading with immediate effect after failing in a final bid to secure a rescue package from creditors. The company's CEO Peter Fankhauser has apologised to collegaues and holidaymakers following the collapse.

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