Thomas Cook

24 Sep 2019 21:30 #51 by camblue
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Booked our 40th wedding anniversary trip through our local high street Thomas Cook, back in January. No part of the break was Thomas Cook related apart from putting it together.
Checked the flights with Flybe and they are okay (so far). Checked with the hotel and the booking had been cancelled. Same with the car hire. Had to re-book both myself but I don’t believe for 1 minute that I would have been told if I hadn’t have asked.
Seems strange that the flights survived when I wouldn’t have had transport or accommodation when we got there.
Thomas Cook took full payment in January and stated that they required this to secure everything.
I’m guessing they had to pay Flybe but nobody else.
Will have to keep checking the flights right up to next Tuesday when we go to Jersey, hopefully!
Sort the compensation out when we get back. Luckily ATOL protected.
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09 Oct 2019 10:06 #52 by CCU
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Win or Lose, Up The Blues!

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09 Oct 2019 14:35 #53 by munchymagic
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Two fingers to those companies going under because of 'the
uncertainty of Brexit' then.

They should be choc a bloc with bookings after 31st October then - the flights will be virtually empty of course though as they will have been booked by British people who voted remain and were full of shit by declaring that they would leave the country if we actually left the EU.

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