Summer bookings disappoint at Thomas Cook as terror worries dog travel industry



Bookings at Thomas Cook remain under pressure as the travel market continues to be affected by recent terror attacks.
The holiday giant revealed that while demand from British sun-seekers was robust over the summer, overall bookings across the group were down 4 per cent.
Sales were hit hard across Continental Europe, tumbling by 9 per cent, while bookings were also 'significantly down' in Belgium after the terrorist attacks at Brussels airport in March.
In the UK bookings were up 1 per cent but prices fell 5 per cent as it sold more 'seat-only' flight deals alongside its package holidays.... read more

 
27 September 2016 in Business, Views: 30
Source: Daily Mail
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