Thomas Cook has risen from the ashes of its collapse last year, and recommenced selling holidays as an online-only travel company.
Relaunching today, Thomas Cook will sell holidays via its website and over the phone – but will not have a presence on the high street, nor operate its own flights. Its destinations are, understandably, limited too: the company is only offering trips to beach resort hotspots with no quarantine or FCO restrictions – such as Italy, Barbados, and some areas of Greece.
The brand is now operating under the ownership of Chinese firm Fosun Travel Group, which acquired the name and other intellectual property assets for £11 million last year. The collapse of the 178-year-old company left 150,000 holidaymakers stranded overseas, sparking Britain’s biggest peacetime repatriation effort.
The new owners