Coronavirus: Thomas Cook is selling holidays again due to epidemic shock tourism

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Thomas Cook is selling leave almost a year after his dramatic fall, which forced UK authorities to send 100,000 workers back home during the holiday and sacked 9,000.

Sky News revealed last week how a former big shareholder, who spread the fallen travel brand for 11 million, was Turn on Thomas Cook again As an online travel agency only.

China’s Fosun says it plans to transform Thomas Cook into a “global success story”, despite the immediate challenge it was open to booking. Coronavirus The crisis that has created serious unrest in the sector and especially in aviation.

Thomas Cook said only flights and vacations were being sold to destinations covered by UK segregation restrictions – the self-segregation system was blamed by the airline for drowning in customer demands following the lockdown.

The company boosted confidence in its new business by insisting that bookings were secured under the updated Atal scheme.

The compensation vehicle was brought to its knees financially after settling more than 320,000 claims after the old one Thomas Cook fell on 23 September 2019.

It is Operation Matterhorn initiated the repatriation process of 100 million customers.

Alan French was then Thomas Cook’s Group Strategy Director.

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It took two weeks for CAA to repatriate 1.5 million Thomas Cook customers from abroad last year.

The chief executive of the new venture, he said: “What happened last year was a tragedy on a personal level for thousands of my personal colleagues, our business partners and of course our loyal customers.

“Still resilience and affection for the Thomas Cook brand reflect the enormous commitment and professionalism of those former colleagues.

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“We look forward to their debt and hope to see their support as we take the brand into a new era.”

He spoke of the new future: “We have revisited a recognized name in British travel.

“Our new business will combine great UK-based customer service with an updated operating model protected by Abyss and multi-billion dollar company support.”

“We are now clearly aware of the short-term challenges posed by the epidemic.

“We and our Fosun supporters have been taking long visits and we want to provide customers with the choice, customization and 24/7 on-holiday customer care for families who want to travel now and in the future.”

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