Thomas Cook - going bust?

wisemensaysteve

Central Defender
The low-cost Airlines will be making money right now
a few weeks ago I booked 6 return flights for October going to Portugal they cost a total of £440
the same 6 Tickets now are £1750, it looks like they still selling seats because they have very few rows left unbooked
 
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riffraff

Striker
Peterborough letting former TC employees into their match today. As if losing your job isn’t enough suffering for one week.


Nee fancy or benny jokes before you start.
 

Qwerty

Striker
The low-cost Airlines will be making money right now
a few weeks ago I booked 6 return flights for October going to Portugal they cost a total of £440
the same 6 Tickets now are £1750, it looks like they still selling seats because they have very few rows left unbooked
They''ll probably bump you off and re-sell your seats.
 

pierrot

Winger
Son and his family were repatriated from Orlando yesterday apparently the plane that brought them back was better than the TC one that took them out.
 

buster

Winger
I can’t understand how a big, popular company such as TC owe £1.7 billion pounds when another big popular company ie TUI make a massive profit each year.


Most companies borrow money to finance their operations, you can still trade and make a profit whilst having debt.

Not hard to understand to be fair.
 

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