Thomas Cook Customers To Be Offered Refunds

Following the announcement that Thomas Cook will no longer trade in Ireland, the travel agent has said it will offer any customers due to travel before 30 April a refund or alternative package.

Until Wednesday, Thomas Cook had sold holidaymakers charter packages on its own planes, but it will no longer sell these holidays in Ireland.

Those who have booked a Thomas Cook charter holiday for May or after can claim a refund or 10% discount on another package.

Those due to leave before 30 April will be unaffected.


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