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Passengers Return to Britain After Thomas Cook Collapse

Suitcases next to a closed Thomas Cook counter at the Frankfurt Airport. The repatriation of British travelers was being described as the largest such peacetime effort in the country’s history

Kai Pfaffenbach/Reuters LONDON — One day after the British tour operator and airline Thomas Cook abruptly collapsed , leaving hundreds of thousands of travelers scrambling to make arrangements, the head of the Civil Aviation Authority in Britain promised that “nobody” from her country would be stranded and that subsidiaries in several countries were working to bring people home. Thomas Cook said on Friday that about 600,000 people were traveling abroad on its services, raising the prospect of hundreds of thousands of travelers stranded overseas […]

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