Former Thomas Cook staff have found themselves relying on family members and food banks to make ends meet after the travel company collapsed 11 days ago.
Thomas Cook employees at the company’s Poole office have been saved from unemployment by a UK travel agency.
Thomas Cook staff have demanded financial support from the Government following the collapse of the travel giant.
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The majority of Thomas Cook air crew members who were abroad when the company collapsed have been returned home, the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has said.
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A family have said they “cannot thank British Airways enough” after the airline offered to fund a Disney trip that was cancelled after Thomas Cook’s collapse.
Holiday giant Tui has said it is assessing the impact of rival Thomas Cook’s collapse on its results and “preparing measures” to support its affected customers.
Both staff and customers are squeezing as much as they can out of Thomas Cook by flogging branded tags, labels and even cushions online to collectors keen to snap up some memorabilia.
Thomas Cook, the world’s oldest travel agent, is now in the hands of liquidators, who will assess what assets the company has that can be sold off.
Passengers on one of the final Thomas Cook flights collected two carrier bags of cash for the cabin crew, after learning when they landed that staff would not be getting paid.