Thomas Cook Group consists of four airlines; Thomas Cook Airlines UK, Thomas Cook Balearics, Thomas Cook Scandinavia and Condor, which operates from Germany.
Thomas Cook Airlines UK
They are the most recognisable name in travel and one of the biggest leisure airlines in the UK. With a fleet of 31 planes, Thomas Cook Airlines UK fly from over 20 airports across the UK, carrying 6.7m passengers to over 60 destinations including North America, the Caribbean Sea and India, as well as resorts across Europe and ski destinations in winter. We have over 2,500 employees across ten UK bases, with our head offices based at Manchester Airport, dedicated to giving you the best possible service and experience.
Thomas Cook Scandinavia
With a fleet of 12 planes, Thomas Cook Scandinavia are the Nordic branch of Thomas Cook Airlines.
Thomas Cook Balearics
Thomas Cook Balearics have four aircraft operating from March 2018.
With an annual transportation capacity of more than 7 million customers, and around 75 destinations in Europe, Asia, Africa and America, Condor is one of the world’s leading leisure airlines. With 11 departure airports in Germany, it is available to customers throughout the country. Condor operates on Boeing 767-300ER, Boeing 757-300, Airbus A320-200 and Airbus A321-200 aircraft
More information can be found about Thomas Cook Airlines on their website.
- 2018 – AESA Approval granted for Thomas Cook Balearics.
- 2017 – A Thomas Cook ETL Case Study is presented by Nick Phillips at Aircraft Commerce – Airline & Aerospace MRO & Operations IT Conference – APAC 2017 . View the presentation here.
- 2017 – Thomas Cook Group Airlines Go Live on Conduce eTechLog8 including AMOS Integration. Read more here.
- 2016 – eTechLog8 chosen for new Thomas Cook Group ETL solution.
- 2013 – ETL/EFB mention in Aircraft Commerce magazine (Issue 88/June 2013). Read the article here.
- 2012 – 10,000th Sector Milestone. Read more here.
- 2012 – Blog – Transition of Service – an employee’s perspective. Read more here.
- 2012 – Blog – Thomas Cook’s Legacy eTL system is transferred onto Conduce servers. Read more here.
- 2012 – Conduce was chosen in 2012 to supply the eTL/EFB solution for the entire Thomas Cook Fleet. Read more here.