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Holiday spots that pile on the pounds

Holidays are the perfect time to unwind, relax and indulge in life's little pleasures, but you might want to think twice before reaching for another poolside cocktail.

Travelers: Thomas Cook is even worse than Ryanair

Thomas Cook today said it will close 200 travel shops over the next two years as it battles for survival.The warning comes as the travel giant announced pre-tax losses of almost £400million.

Thomas Cook to shut 200 agencies, reduce fleet by six planes

Thomas Cook Group Plc (TCG) will close about 200 of its travel agencies and reduce its aircraft fleet by six planes, the Sunday Times reported, without saying where it obtained the information.

Thomas Cook Traveller Guides issues country guide to Seychelles

Thomas Cook has issued their Seychelles country guide as part of their collection of the Thomas Cook Traveller Guides collection set.

Thomas Cook franchise launched in Canada

Thomas Cook North America has launched its Canadian franchise (“Branded”) and affiliate (“Lite”) network, signing an agreement with Advantage Travel and Cruise Centres that provides its affili

UK and Russian tour operators establish joint tourist venture

Russia’s Intourist group of companies and Europe’s second-largest tour operator Thomas Cook have agreed to establish a joint venture for Intourist’s tourism and retail businesses.

European tour operators warn of alarming dip in trade

The annual Anglo-German race to be first to the coveted Mediterranean sun lounger with the beach towel looks set to be resoundingly won by Teutonic tourists this year, as it seems growing numbers of h

Thomas Cook: Which? Holiday is full of it

PETERBOROUGH, England - Ian Derbyshire, CEO Thomas Cook UK & Ireland said, "The Which?

Which? Holiday: Just say no to Thomas Cook

Britain’s leading travel brand, Thomas Cook, has been slammed by Which? Holiday magazine.

Thomas Cook, British Airways fall after predicting 2-year slump

Thomas Cook Group Plc and British Airways Plc slid in London trading after executives at both companies said the global recession may cripple tourism demand for two years.