Hurricane Matthew CHAOS: Thomas Cook forced to transfer holidaymakers in Cuba 200 MILES

Hurricane Matthew CHAOS: Thomas Cook forced to transfer holidaymakers in Cuba 200 MILES
 

Thomas Cook, a British travel agent, was forced to move over 500 holidaymakers in Cuba earlier this week due to the extreme weather. 
President Castro's country is currently on a state of alert thanks to the imminent arrival of Hurricane Matthew. 
It's believed the operator transferred 570 guests to Cayo Coco - a tropical island in the Jardines del Rey chain - after Holguin airport was closed.
Guests who were attempting to travel back to the UK were transferred the 200 miles by the operator, and those flying in also touched down in Cayo Coco. 
A Thomas Cook spokesperson said: “Hotels in... read more

 
5 October 2016 in Travel, Views: 69
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