On Monday 23rd September, Thomas Cook went into liquidation, further to our blog yesterday.
For those still on a Thomas Cook holiday the return flight will be via another airline where there is space to take passengers or a CAA repatriation flight. The costs will all be covered by the CAA.
Thomas Cook – Next Steps
- 1. Continue with your holiday.
- 2. Check the CAA website- link- for information about return flights.
- 3. Don’t go to the airport for information until flight details are published on the CAA website.
- 4. Travel to the airport at least 3 hours before the flight.
- 5. Keep all receipts.
Thomas Cook – Make a Claim
Got to the ATOL to claim if you are still abroad.
If you have made a future booking, do not go to the UK airport- there will be no flights. Again make a claim for future bookings
Thomas Cook- Compensation Advice
- 1. If covered by Atol, you should have an Atol certificate issued with the payment.
- 2. Claim on travel insurance if not Atol protected
- 3. Claim on card issuer- some non-flight booking may be covered by ABTA
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