Losses at Thomas Cook narrow as holiday makers flock to Greece, Bulgaria and Turkey



Renewed demand for holidays to Greece and Turkey narrowed losses at Thomas Cook.
The company saw an ‘improved’ performance of 11 per cent across the group as bookings to Greece in the three months to the end of June were up 22 per cent, while Bulgaria and Cyprus increased 19 per cent and 14 per cent respectively.
Sales rose 14 per cent to £2.3bn while losses narrowed to £31m from £64m in the same period the year before. Its gross profit increased 11 per cent to £468m.
Peter Fankhauser, chief executive, said: ‘The pick-up in demand for Turkey we reported earlier in the year has continued, as... read more

 
28 July 2017 in Business, Views: 68
Source: Daily Mail
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