Thomas Cook profits down in tough year

Thomas Cook profits down in tough year

Thomas Cook's profits have fallen after a tough year for the tourism industry, with trading affected by terror attacks in Europe and political instability in Turkey.
The travel company said pre-tax profits fell to £42m from £50m last year.
It said the fall in demand for holidays in Turkey had been offset by the rise in popularity of other destinations.
Chief executive Peter Fankhauser told the BBC: "We are pleased with what we have achieved."
"We have had to follow the demand of our customers, who are choosing to go to the Spanish islands and mainland."
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23 November 2016 in Business, Views: 84
Source: BBC

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