FRANKFURT—A strategic investor could still come in to take over Thomas Cook Group’s airline division even after the tourism company agreed with banks, bondholders and its Chinese shareholder Fosun Tourism Group on the basic terms of a major recapitalization. Industry sources tell Aviation Week that a strategic review of the airline unit, officially now “paused,” may well lead to a further transaction once the proposed complex deal involving Fosun and numerous ...

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