Thomas Cook’s rebirth continues with Hotelbeds partnership
October 8, 2020
The resurrection of the Thomas Cook brand is well and truly alive, thanks to a fresh partnership with a global bedbank.
Thomas Cook to rise from the dead as an online travel agency
September 9, 2020
After collapsing in September last year, Thomas Cook is reportedly set to make a comeback.
REVEALED: Thomas Cook owed at least $17 billion when it collapsed
December 19, 2019
The saga of Thomas Cook is not over, with a gigantic debt pile left in the wake of the travel group’s collapse.
Thomas Cook name to live on after brand buyout by Fosun, as liquidators rebuff TUI offer
November 4, 2019
Although the company will never be the same after its collapse, the Thomas Cook name will live on. Click here to see how.
Nearly 2,000 Thomas Cook jobs saved, as company directors grilled by MPs
October 17, 2019
Lock yourselves in, because this is one heck of a roller-coaster read on the Thomas Cook saga.
Travel agent network to acquire Thomas Cook stores, potentially saving thousands of jobs
October 10, 2019
A British travel agent network could save thousands of Thomas Cook jobs, after acquiring 555 of the collapsed travel company’s stores.
Hundreds of Spanish hotels facing immediate closure over Thomas Cook collapse
October 1, 2019
The head of Spain’s hotel federation has warned 500 hotels face immediate closure as a result of Thomas Cook’s collapse.
Thomas Cook management faces government-backed investigation
September 25, 2019
The management of Thomas Cook will be investigated by a UK government-backed probe following its collapse earlier this week.
Webjet hit hard by Thomas Cook’s demise, as Qantas called on for support
September 24, 2019
Webjet has revealed exactly what impact the collapse of Thomas Cook will have on the company, and it’s not pretty.
“A deeply sad day”: Thomas Cook collapses, stranding hundreds of thousands of travellers
September 23, 2019
One of the world’s biggest and longest-standing travel companies has gone into liquidation, leaving an estimated 600,000 travellers in the lurch.