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Thomas Cook Group plc (TCG.L)

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Thu, May 17 2018

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Thomas Cook ditches rowdy "Club 18-30" for something more stylish

LONDON Thomas Cook is abandoning its raucous "Club 18-30" brand to target an image-conscious audience wanting more stylish holidays, the British tour operator said on Thursday.

Thomas Cook ditches rowdy 'Club 18-30' for something more stylish

LONDON Thomas Cook is abandoning its raucous "Club 18-30" brand to target an image-conscious audience wanting more stylish holidays, the British tour operator said on Thursday.

UPDATE 2-Thomas Cook ditches rowdy "Club 18-30" for something more stylish

* UK margin pressure offset by shift from Spain to Turkey (Adds CEO comment, share price, analyst comment)

Thomas Cook says on track to meet annual forecasts

LONDON, May 17 British holiday company Thomas Cook said it was on track to deliver results in line with forecasts for the year after customers took more holidays to Egypt and long-haul destinations, improving its first-half performance.

Thomas Cook launches fund to develop more own-brand hotels

LONDON British travel company Thomas Cook has set up a 150 million pound hotel fund as part of a plan to raise margins through new own-branded hotels.

CORRECTED-Thomas Cook launches fund to develop more own-brand hotels

LONDON, March 7 British travel company Thomas Cook has set up a 150 million pound ($208 million) hotel fund as part of a plan to raise margins through new own-branded hotels.

BRIEF-Thomas Cook Group Launches £150 Mln Hotel Fund

* ‍THOMAS COOK LAUNCHES £150 MILLION HOTEL FUND WITH FIRST CONFIRMED PROJECT​

Thomas Cook flies Britons to Tunisia three years after beach attack

LONDON/TUNIS Thomas Cook flew British tourists to Tunisia on Tuesday for the first time since an Islamist militant killed 30 Britons on one of the North African country's beaches in 2015.

British travel firm Thomas Cook resumes Tunisia holidays three years after beach attack

LONDON, Feb 13 Thomas Cook flew tourists to Tunisia for the first time in three years on Tuesday, making it the first major British travel operator to resume operations there since an Islamist militant killed 30 Britons on a beach in 2015.

Return of tourists to Turkey helps Thomas Cook offset Spanish costs

LONDON Recovering demand for holidays to Turkey will help offset the impact of rising costs in Spain, British travel company Thomas Cook said on Thursday, leaving it on course to meet annual profit forecasts.

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