Thomas Cook has warned over profits after sales were hit by the European heatwave and a fall in demand for last-minute trips abroad.Read the full story ›
Peter Fankhauser will discuss the case of John and Susan Cooper, who were on holiday with the tour operator in Egypt.Read the full story ›
Thomas Cook's boss tells ITV News the company is "counting on" Egyptian authorities to properly investigate the death of a British couple.Read the full story ›
Egypt's top prosecutor has dismissed speculation that poisonous gas emissions caused the death of two British tourists in the Red Sea.Read the full story ›
John and Susan Cooper had been staying at the Steigenberger Aqua Magic Hotel in the Red Sea resort of Hurghada.Read the full story ›
The couple from Burnley, Lancashire died within hours of each other while staying in the Red Sea resort of Hurghada.Read the full story ›
The travel agent will no longer offer tickets to the attractions from next summer.Read the full story ›
Thomas Cook will fly from Birmingham to Enfidha as the tour operator restarts its holiday programme following the Sousse massacre.Read the full story ›
A planned 24-hour strike on Friday by pilots at Thomas Cook in a dispute over pay has been called off.
The British Airline Pilots' Association (Balpa) union confirmed it has agreed to halt the upcoming action after talks.
Members will now be balloted on whether to go to arbitration to resolve the row, according to Thomas Cook.
Members of the union took industrial action earlier this month in what was the first UK pilots' strike in over 40 years.