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Thomas Cook ceases operations

Thomas Cook ceases operations

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Thomas Cook has ceased trading, effective 23 September, and all flights have been canceled. Airborne flights will continue to their destinations.

Announcement by UK Civil Aviation Authority

The United Kingdom’s Civil Aviation Authority issued a statement at 2:03 local time—

Thomas Cook Group, including the UK tour operator and airline, has ceased trading with immediate effect. All Thomas Cook bookings, including flights and holidays, have now been cancelled.

With the demise of Thomas Cook, the CAA will begin a repatriation effort to bring back more than 100,000 customers who are currently abroad. As additional details about repatriation flights become available, we will post those on this page.

Those affected by Thomas Cook cancellations should visit the dedicated UK CAA website.

Currently active Thomas Cook flights

Information about the Thomas Cook fleet

Fleet information can be found on our fleets data page.

Announcement on Thomas Cook website

Visitors to the Thomas Cook website are now greeted by this message.

 

Other parts of the Thomas Cook group

Condor, a German subsidiary of Thomas Cook Group, is operating normally. To prevent any liquidity issues, the airline has asked the German government for a bridging loan. More information about Condor, including fleet and route information, is available on our airline data page.

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