String of airline failures prompts repatriation reform plans

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Of all the European airline failures this year, perhaps the biggest shock was that of Thomas Cook, whose collapse prompted the largest peacetime repatriation exercise in UK history. Some 150,000 UK passengers were stranded overseas when Thomas Cook ceased operations—more than twice the number...

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