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Share Price: 120.20Bid: 119.90Ask: 120.20Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Thomas Cook
Spread: 0.30Spread as %: 0.25%Open: 120.20High: 120.40Low: 118.40Yesterday’s Close: 120.20


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philip_k
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Thomas Cook sets up new airline
Wed 13:31
Thomas Cook sets up new airline in Spain

Reuters - UK Focus18 October 2017
BERLIN, Oct (Shenzhen: 000069.SZ - news) 18 (Reuters) - Thomas Cook (Frankfurt: A0MR3W - news) is setting up a new airline in Spain, a move it hopes will lower costs at a time of tough conditions in the European short-haul market.
The new airline will be based in Palma de Majorca and plans to start its first flights in early 2018 with at least three Airbus A320 planes, which were previously flying for the group's Belgian airline.
 
Monet208
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RE: Fosun
14 Oct '17
Thankyou
fitchi
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RE: Fosun
11 Oct '17
Monet208
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Fosun
11 Oct '17
Anyone heard any developments
Thanks
Trent772
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TCX and Air Transat
2 Oct '17
Transat A.T. inc. and Thomas Cook Group Airlines are pleased to announce the signing of a seven-year agreement for the exchange of aircraft on a seasonal basis. Under the terms of the agreement, Thomas Cook will make available every winter to Air Transat a number of narrow body Airbus A321s and will receive at least one wide-body Airbus A330-200 in return. This will enable both companies to manage and utilise their fleets more efficiently.

The agreement takes advantage of the different seasonality of the two companies: Air Transat uses a greater number of smaller aircraft in winter to serve its destinations in the Caribbean, Mexico and Florida, and larger aircraft in summer to serve the transatlantic market. In contrast, Thomas Cook uses smaller aircraft in summertime to fly to destinations around the Mediterranean Sea and larger wide-body aircraft in the winter to fly to the long-haul destinations like Cuba and the Dominican Republic.

"This agreement marks a new step in the reconfiguration of our fleet," says Jean-Marc Eustache, President and Chief Executive Officer of Transat. "It allows us to improve our flexible-fleet model, making it even more efficient. Our fleet will eventually consist solely of Airbus A330 and aircraft from the A320 family, such as the A321, which will mean a more harmonized travel experience for our customers as well as lower operating costs,".

Christoph Debus, Chief Airline Officer, Thomas Cook Group, said: "The new partnership provides additional growth opportunities for our airline, and again demonstrates how Thomas Cook Group is transforming through partnerships. By taking advantage of the complementary seasonal demand in North America and Europe, we will be able to operate additional long-haul flights during winter and better balance the seasonal demand for our short and medium-haul aircraft, resulting in more cost efficiency and choice for our customers."
grahamsturman
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TC
2 Oct '17
does anybody no how many package hoildays monarch sold? Does this mean TC and TUI could improve there package booking next year I think they should do any thoughts
FredG
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RE: Graham sturman
2 Oct '17
Masaimara, they get flown by TC and become loyal customers for ever after or they get a refund either way the business is carved up between the remaining operators and I bet they have already put the prices up on Mon rotes
FredG
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RE: Graham sturman
2 Oct '17
A real shame it wasn't Ryanair but no surprise, hope the excellent cabin crew get hired elsewhere as they understand good customer service. May be some synergies with TC here plus a share of their 1m passenger license seems to be what the market is saying and will help any Brexit shenanigans next season. Perhaps the TC pilots will strike a quicker deal or the market will decide for them?
masaimara
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RE: Graham sturman
2 Oct '17
And also not good for Tcg as they use a lot of Monarch flights for their package holidays from airports such as Leeds Bradford. It will give Tcg shares a price boost but what will happen to those Tcg customers who have booked a Thomas Cook package holiday for next year that includes a Monarch flight? I assume they are fully Atol protected? Does anyone know what happens to those customers as I am not sure?
grahamsturman
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Graham sturman
2 Oct '17
Sad day for monarch airways




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