Around 9000 Norwegian customers are on holiday with Winger at the moment. The vast majority of them would fly home with the company's own aircraft, and are now waiting for information about what to do.
Wing announces on its website in the afternoon that they work with to inform the traveller:
"Vinggruppen in the Nordic countries are now working intensely to inform all affected parties of the Thomas Cook Group's bankruptcy. We will inform those who will be traveling the next few days as soon as we know more. Those who will be traveling at a later time, will also getting information, but we give priority to resolve the situation to them that is in place at destinations, and those with imminent departure, first."
Only Monday affected 6000 nordic traveller of the bankruptcy. 457 of them are travelers with Service to and from Norway.
Winger-lead was Monday morning an emergency meeting, and has announced a press conference with more information in the course of the day.Nyhetstips 03030
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Thomas Cook negotiated Sunday in London with the creditors in hopes to get to a solution. The negotiations stranded by 3-time the night of Monday, and the company let down the business with immediate effect.
21,000 employees lose their jobs, according to several news agencies.
All the company's flights are set, and about 600,000 travelers, who are currently on holiday organised by Thomas Cook the world over, is stranded. Wing is not even bankruptcy, but are affected by the settings.
According to the NTB has 85.000 norwegians booked travel with the Wing the next twelve months.Prepares flybeslag
Flyutleieselskaper is now preparing to take the seizure of the aircraft flown by Thomas Cook after the collapse of parent company Thomas Cook Plc, according to sources that Reuters has been in contact with.
the Total rent the company plane from 38 utleieselskaper and today has a fleet of 116 aircraft, distributed in the united Kingdom, Spain, Germany and Scandinavia. The German company Condor flying still because Thomas Cook only is part owner in the company. The other three companies are 100% owned by the parent company in the united Kingdom and it is the flight which is rented by these who are now standing on the ground.
the Condor and Thomas Cook flying the Airbus A320, Airbus A321, Airbus A330, Boeing 757 and Boeing 767 aircraft.– To get people back home
Our primary task now is to obtain an overview of where all the travelers, who will be home, and when they should be home. It is important to clarify that it is Thomas Cook who is bankrupt, not Ving Norge AS. We are in dialogue with the Winger about whether or not they are able to fulfill their contractual obligations, says ceo Aki Viitala in the Season to NRK.
Viitala states that the Season now is working, in cooperation with the Wing, to provide aircraft for stranded passengers.
Now, it is important to get people home. We work together with Winger to get secured return trips. Whether it is via the Wing, or if it is the Season to arrange alternative transport, will be a formality in the other variety, " says Viitala.
He asks the travelers await further information.
– to wait for information from the Wing and Season. We have ongoing dialogue about how we shall get them that it is urgent to most, the home, and it will be given ongoing information, " says Viitala.
Sunday put Thomas Cook in an emergency meeting with creditors in an attempt to rescue the 178-year-old reiseselskapet from bankruptcy.Photo: TOLGA AKMEN will not travel out with the SAS
Wing informs, according to the NTB that travelling with other airlines, which are ordered through the Wing, will not be affected. SAS discloses, however, to see that the 90 passengers who were to leave from Trondheim, norway to Cyprus today, must be left at home, although the company will carry Wingtip-customers home.
– the Plane leaves with the TUI passengers on board, and will on the rebound have both the Wing and the TUI passengers home, he writes in an SMS.
Norwegian says Winger-customers who would travel with them, must contact the Service for further information.
– We assess continuously what we can do to help, but because of limited capacity, and many full planes we have as of now unfortunately not able to put up additional flights, " says the spokesperson Astrid Mannion-Gibson.
Winger-lead was Monday morning an emergency meeting, and has notified a press conference after the clock 14 Monday to get more information. The company has so far not said anything about the flights the next few days.
– as of now we can't say anything about it. Right now we are working with that we do not fly in the day, it is førsteprioritetet. It is a telefonstorm with customers who contact us, as we try to take away as well as we can, " says officer Siri Røhr-Staff to VG.Struck by Thomas Cook crisis? This you are entitled to
Have you booked your package holiday you will be entitled to receive a refund of all forskuddsinnbetalinger and/or an alternative journey home.
According to the pressevakten at the Airport, there were very few of those who were flown 7.20 with Thomas Cook to Preveza in northwestern Greece, who showed up. Most had been notified in the course of the evening/night. Those who showed up, have been told to go home as it is not something to wait on-
Reiseselskapet Wing sets all flights to and from the Nordic countries on Monday, because the holding company Thomas Cook turns to bankruptcy.Photo: Screenshot / Winger.en Largest operation in british history
Thus is it the end of the world's largest and most traditional reisearrangører. Thomas Cook was founded as the world's first travel agency in 1841.
The british reiseselskapet owner including a series of national reisearrangører, four airlines and a hotel chain. In addition, they collaborate also with around 3.000 hoteliers all over the world.
the Uk civil uk civil aviation authority (CAA) have already started to organize hjemreiser for 150.000 affected british passengers. The operation described as the biggest in british history, after the second world war.Large debt problems
Thomas Cook has previously stated that they needed 200 million pounds, around 2.2 billion.
In addition to an agreement on new capital to a value of 900 million pounds, or 10 billion, from the previous month, whether they should avoid to be placed under administration.
Thomas Cook Group has asked the british government about 150 million pounds, about 1.7 billion, to avoid bankruptcy, but have been rejected, informs the prime minister Boris Johnson.
such A contribution would, according to him create a "moral hasardiøs" precedent because other companies that can end up in the same situation, then will expect the same support from the government, writes NTB.Read more: emergency meeting to save the reiseselskapet Thomas Cook
Publish Date : 25 Eylül 2019 Çarşamba 06:00
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