Thomas Cook (India) Ltd is an Indian company that has no connection with the London-headquartered Thomas Cook Group plc.Worrying times for this company. Once the media starts publicising the share prices and losses from previous quarters the travelling public become anxious about future bookings and the downward spiral begins. It will need some effort to criss this hurdle for this once market leading travel company.
Does anyone know if Thomas Cook India are a subsidiary or a completely different entity. Its doing well in that country.
Until mid-August - see Severn's earlier linked post herein.TCX have 3x A321s based at BRS this summer expect for mid-June - mid-August where an A320 replaces an A321.
The base will be 2x TCX A321s and 1x SmartLynx A321 up to mid-June and from mid-August
The base will be 1x TCX A321, 1x SmartLynx A321 and 1x SmartLynx A320 from mid-June to mid-August
It seems temporary until the scheduled third A321 returns in mid-August.We have three a321s back today - temporary or permanent replacement for the A320 ?
Thomas Cook swapped the last of its Uk Reg 757s with Condor for A321s.I was walking near the airport this afternoon and noticed an Airbus A321 landing in Condor livery.
A later check with FR24 showed that it was operating the late running Thomas Cook Palma service (due 1200 - landed 1504). The aircraft was G-TCDR and according to FR24 it has been operating at BRS since 9th August.
FR24's picture of the aircraft shows 'Condor' written in large letters along the side of the front of the fuselage with 'Thomas Cook' written in smaller lettering towards the back. I'm not a spotter so I don't know if Thomas Cook has other aircraft with British registrations in Condor livery.
Many thanks for that. I certainly wasn't aware.Thomas Cook swapped the last of its Uk Reg 757s with Condor for A321s.
I believe Condor still operates a fair number of 757s so I can see the logic.
D-AIAH became G-TCDR, and D-AIAE became G-TCDP and both still have the Condor titles, maybe they will changed over the winter, maybe not.
I bet the 757s have Conor titles tho, as when they tried to change the Condor brand to Thomas Cook a couple of years back it don’t go down to well if memory serves me right.