Co-operative Travel - with branches in the Fens - prepared 'for worst case scenario' following Thomas Cook collapse

PUBLISHED: 10:37 23 September 2019

Thomas Cook has ceased trading with immediate effect after failing in a final bid to secure a rescue package from creditors. Picture: Peter Byrne/PA Wire/PA Images

Thomas Cook has ceased trading with immediate effect after failing in a final bid to secure a rescue package from creditors. Picture: Peter Byrne/PA Wire/PA Images

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In a statement, Co-operative Travel - that has branches in Fenland - announced today they have been preparing "for the worst case scenario".

"Customers who were yet to travel on their holiday -we have been preparing for the worst case scenario we find ourselves in," said the statement.

"We have already researched potential alternative holidays for our customers.

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"It may not be possible to get the same holiday or the same price, but we will do everything possible to get you sorted as quickly as possible."]

The company added: "In order to secure a replacement holiday, you will need to pay again and process your claim with Thomas Cook separately.

"You will need to claim a refund of the money paid from the Air Travel Trust, a scheme which has provided protection to UK holidaymakers for a long time and is experienced in dealing with the failure of large and small Tour Operators.

"Of course, we will assist our customers with any form completion."

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