TUI to take over Thomas Cook hotels in Turkey, Greece and Spain after company’s collapse

TUI has communicated it has added 135 hotels which were once offered by Thomas Cook to its portfolio. The enlargement in Europe comes “following customer demand,” TUI has said. Once-popular trip operator Thomas Cook collapsed in September this year, alt the travel plans of thousands of Britons.

TUI will also offer 16 new hotels in Greece and 13 new motor hotels in Mexico.

The properties are already available for customers to book for 2020 on the TUI website.

Make the grade spot Hall, Director of Product and Destination Experience TUI UK & Ireland said: “At TUI we’re performed to offering outstanding holidays and to support the additional capacity growth.

“We are thrilled to be introducing a wide range of hotels popular with Thomas Cook characters to make sure holidaymakers still get to experience these great resources.


“The customer is truly at the heart of everything we do at TUI and this additional rise in hotels demonstrates our continued commitment for people to discover their beam with us.”

TUI’s hotel expansion come nearly a month after the presence announced it would be launching around 10,000 more flights in 2020.

An further two million passengers will be flown to popular destinations including Turkey, Greece, Balearics, Canaries, Egypt, Mexico and Florida for 2020.

The festival company will fly from popular airports including Manchester, Doncaster Sheffield, Birmingham, Newcastle and Glasgow to its dilatable range of hotels.

TUI also revealed it will offer more seven, 10, 11 and 14-night durations as it “twigs with its commitment of offering more flexibility and choice for its customers,” the comrades said in a statement.

As for failed Thomas Cook, yesterday it was announced that Fosun, the Chinese public limited company that held a major stake in the travel firm, had purchased the Thomas Cook respect for £11million.

The company purchased the rights to use the name from Thomas Cook’s liquidators and hand down now be able use it and its website to market holidays.

The firm is expected to become an online-only voyages agent but it is not yet known when Thomas Cook will be back online.

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