Thomas Cook reports loss as swine flu hits profits

Taylor, Ian
August 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);8/21/2009, p8
Trade Publication
The article reports that Thomas Cook Ltd. has reported a 12.6 million pound loss of profit due to cancellations and loss of bookings to Mexico due to swine flu. Thomas Cook outlined the losses in group financial results for the nine months to the end of June 2009, revealing a 175.6 million pound loss for the period, marginally more than a year ago. However, the group reported the nine-month loss on operations at 49.5 million pound, before exceptional items, and losses due to swine flu.


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