Thomas Cook Airlines has agreed to sell 12 Boeing 757-200s to Russian company Center Capital, which will take over the planes between now and October. Eight of the 12 are already either grounded or leased out. Thomas Cook is the new brand name for Condor Flugdienst. The German operation in the Thomas Cook group will reduce its fleet to 35 aircraft, and is cutting seat capacity by roughly one-third to adapt to a weak market. The new fleet will consist of one 757-200, 13 757-300s, 9 ...

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