UK travel operator Thomas Cook has denied reports that it has imminent plans to sell off its airline division, but left the door open to future fleet developments. The London Sunday Times said July 29 that Thomas Cook Group, which pioneered the concept of package holidays in the 19th century, had held internal talks about hiving off the airline, which is based in Manchester, northwest England, from the main travel group. The report said the option was under consideration as a means of ...

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