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Thomas Cook refunds hit €338m

More than 90% of Thomas Cook customers who claimed an Atol refund have been paid, according to the aviation regulator. The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA)...

Ex-Thomas Cook boss ‘deeply sorry’ over firm’s 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...

Thomas Cook executives urged to hand bonuses to workers’ pension fund

A senior British MP has called on Thomas Cook’s “high-paid executives” to hand their bonuses over to the collapsed firm’s pension fund. Frank Field, chairman...

Up to 2,500 jobs saved as Hays Travel buys 555 Thomas Cook UK stores

One of the UK’s largest travel agents has said it will save thousands of jobs at Thomas Cook after a deal to buy all...

Thomas Cook refund website targeted by suspected fraudsters

Fraudsters are suspected of targeting a website created to refund Thomas Cook customers, the British Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has said. The aviation regulator said...

Thomas Cook refund website crashes shortly after opening

Thomas Cook customers struggled to apply for refunds after the claims website crashed shortly after opening. Some users received error messages while attempting to input...

Ex-Thomas Cook workers demand full inquiry into travel giant’s collapse

Former Thomas Cook workers have staged noisy protests outside the UK Business Department amid claims they were "abandoned" by the British Government. They handed in...

Thomas Cook Airlines chief apologises after ‘inappropriately timed’ video

The chief executive officer of Thomas Cook Airlines has apologised following the release of a “celebratory video” days after the company’s collapse. Christoph Debus said he...

Thomas Cook passengers give staff carrier bags of cash after flight home

Passengers on one of the final Thomas Cook flights collected two carrier bags of cash for the cabin crew, after learning when they landed...

600,000 Thomas Cook travellers left stuck in 18 countries; 4,500 holidaymakers in the North affected

Update 7pm: The Irish Travel Agents Association has said that they have received reports of a "minimal number" of Irish holiday makes being affected...

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