Thomas Cook Airlines will base an additional Airbus A320 aircraft at Bristol Airport from May 1st and increase its number of seats on sale from the airport to over 400,000 for the summer 2018 season.
Over 2,000 cabin crew at Thomas Cook Airlines will get an inflation linked 3.6 per cent pay increase from this April, following a two year pay deal negotiated by Unite. The deal is equivalent to an extra £600 a year for a typical crew member.
Thomas Cook Airlines has announced it will base an additional Airbus A321 aircraft at Gatwick Airport from May 2018, adding 140,000 seats per year from the sought-after London airport.
Thomas Cook Airlines chief executive, Christoph Debus, speaks to Breaking Travel News at ITB Berlin. He tells us about the company’s return to Tunisia after a lengthy break, improved services to the Caribbean, and the roll-out of a new Economy Plus cabin to savvy travellers.
Thomas Cook Airlines has operated an all-female crew on International Women’s Day 2018 and today launches its first scholarship for future female pilots.
Thomas Cook has announced the launch of a new £0 deposit buy now pay later payment plan, helping holidaymakers to budget and spread the cost of their next trip away.
Leisure airline Condor has begun selling selected flights of Austrian airline, Laudamotion, on its website. The news follows Laudamotion’s acquisition of assets from the former airberlin subsidiary Niki Luftfahrt.
Thomas Cook Airlines’ inaugural flight to Hurghada, Egypt, departs from East Midlands Airport today. Thomas Cook Airlines carry 400,000 customers to and from East Midlands Airport to 18 European destinations each year and has two A321 aircraft based permanently at the airport.
Thomas Cook has announced the launch of a new service that allows customers to choose their sunbed before they leave home. Following the successful launch of a similar room selecting service last summer, Choose Your Favourite Sunbed is part of the travel company’s wider commitment to innovating today’s package holiday and adapting to the needs of the modern traveller.
Thomas Cook Group Airlines has appointed Emma Holliday as national account manager for Thomas Cook Airlines UK and Condor, in an expansion of its trade sales team. Holliday has spent 25 years in travel with roles in account management, overseas operations, and travel retail management.