The former Thomas Cook shop at the Merry Hill shopping centre reopened today under the Hays Travel brand.Read the full story ›
A groom called Thomas Cook is "extremely relieved" that his dream wedding in Greece went ahead despite the collapse of the travel firm.Read the full story ›
Former Thomas Cook employees are using their own time to help customers navigate the claims process after their holidays were cancelled.Read the full story ›
Noel Harding and his fiancee Stacey Chell say they have been left "stranded" in the Dominican Republic.Read the full story ›
Thomas Cook and his partner Amelia are stuck in Rhodes after booking their wedding package with Thomas Cook.Read the full story ›
Matt and Lyndsay Dominic are currently unable to fly to Tenerife as planned to spend their final break together following Matt's diagnosisRead the full story ›
Fosun, which is the company's largest shareholder, and Thomas Cook's core lenders are considering the deal.Read the full story ›
Tour operator, Thomas Cook, has announced a £425 million fundraising with shareholders in a bid to cut debt.
The firm, based in Peterborough, has also revealed details of a £1.6billion refinancing plan. The news comes at a time when trade is "encouraging" and the travel agent say they have seen a 10% reduction in the number of holidays left to sell compared with last year.
Under new chief executive Harriet Green, Thomas Cook also said it cut losses to £275.6 million for the seasonally quieter half year to March 31.
Around 25,000 jobs are expected to be axed as high street travel agent Thomas Cook makes cuts across its brandRead the full story ›
Around 2,500 jobs are to go at travel firm Thomas Cook – many of which will be cut from the firm's head office in Peterborough.
The job losses, alongside the closure of 200 high street stores, are part of the next phase of a three year transformation plan for the company, which aims to cut costs and reduce financial losses.
The general secretary of TSSA – the union for people in travel and transport, Manuel Cortes, believes cuts aren't the answer.