LONDON—European leisure travel specialist and airline group Thomas Cook is holding last-ditch talks with potential investors in an effort to stave off a financial collapse that could leave hundreds of thousands of travelers stranded. The group’s airline unit—comprising three carriers bearing the Thomas Cook name in the UK, Scandinavia and Spain’s Balearics Islands, as well as Germany’s Condor—has been working to put itself on a more stable financial ...

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