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Thomas Cook Says Continues To Target Implementation Of Recapitalisation In Early October
Thomas Cook Provides An Update On Proposed Recapitalisation Plan
Thomas Cook Discussing With Noteholders For About 150 Mln Stg Capital Injection
Thomas Cook Group plc is a holiday company. The Company's segments are United Kingdom, Continental Europe, Northern Europe and Airlines Germany. Its hotels and resort brands include Sentido, Sunprime, Sunwing, Sunconnect, Smartline and Casa Cook. It has airline operations in Belgium, Scandinavia and the United Kingdom. It has a fleet of over 90 aircraft under the Thomas Cook Airlines and Condor brands. It operates from approximately 20 source markets in Europe and China. Its Sentido brand has operations in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Belgium, Hungary, Poland, Netherlands and Czech Republic. Its Smartline brand has operations in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Belgium, Hungary, Poland, Netherlands and Czech Republic. Its Thomas Cook brand has operations in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Belgium, Hungary, Poland and Netherlands. Its Sunprime Hotels brand has operations in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Its Neckermann brand has operations in Germany and Austria, among others.
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Frank L. V. Meysman
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A rescue deal for Thomas Cook <TCG.L> was facing fresh uncertainty on Thursday after the travel firm was hit with a demand for extra funds and a panel of bankers delayed a decision that might have won credit investors over to a deal.
A panel of bankers will rule on Thursday whether some investors in Thomas Cook's <TCG.L> credit are due a payout under bankruptcy rules, a decision that could smooth a rescue of the world's oldest travel company.
The fate of travel firm Thomas Cook could be shaped by a technicality: that a panel of bankers declare it has committed a default before it can be saved, in order to satisfy credit investors who had bet on its demise.
British travel operator Thomas Cook Group <TCG.L> said on Wednesday it had agreed the main terms of a rescue package that will see China's Fosun Tourism <1992.HK> take over its tour operations and creditor banks and bondholders acquire its airline.
Thomas Cook Group said on Wednesday it had agreed the key commercial terms of a rescue package with investor Fosun Tourism, its banks and a majority of its bondholders.
Travel company Thomas Cook Plc <TCG.L> said on Monday it was in advanced talks with noteholders for a 150 million pound ($180.68 million) cash injection, which will add to the 750 million pound rescue it was negotiating with top shareholder Fosun Tourism <1992.HK>.
Travel company Thomas Cook Plc said on Monday it was in advanced discussions with noteholders for a 150 million pound cash injection, apart from the 750 million pound rescue it was already negotiating with top shareholder Fosun Tourism.
Indebted travel group Thomas Cook Plc <TCG.L> is in advanced talks with bondholders to raise 150 million pounds apart from the 750 million pound rescue it was already negotiating with top shareholder Fosun Tourism <1992.HK>, Financial Times reported on Friday.
Thomas Cook <TCG.L> is negotiating a 750 million pound ($941 million) rescue that will give Fosun Tourism <1992.HK>, its biggest investor, control of the indebted British group's package-tour business, in a blow to other shareholders.
Thomas Cook Group is in advanced talks about a deal with Fosun Tourism and its lenders to recapitalise its tour operating business, Sky News reported on Thursday.
** Shares of the world's oldest travel co down 5.2% at 17.8 pence
The world's oldest travel company Thomas Cook edged closer to a break up on Monday after its biggest shareholder, China's Fosun Tourism, made a preliminary approach for the British group's core holiday operations.
China's Fosun Tourism has made a preliminary approach to Thomas Cook to buy its tour operator business, sending shares in the struggling British travel group higher.
Hong Kong-based Fosun Tourism is in talks to buy Thomas Cook's tour operating business, Sky News reported on Saturday, as the British group faces breakup after issuing three profit warnings in the past year.
Fosun Tourism Group is in talks to buy Thomas Cook's tour operating business, Sky News reported on Saturday.
Portuguese private airline Hi Fly has bid for Thomas Cook's airline business, a source familiar with the matter said on Monday, as the tour operator seeks to raise cash following its third profit warning in less than a year.
Thomas Cook has received a takeover approach for its Nordic operations from private equity group Triton, the tour operator said on Thursday, adding that it was considering the unsolicited offer but talks were at a preliminary stage.
Credit rating agencies Fitch and S&P have downgraded Thomas Cook after the travel firm's latest profit warning, saying the indebted company could struggle this summer in the face of weak demand.
Thomas Cook Group shares lost a quarter of their value on Friday and bonds hit a record low after Citi downgraded its rating to 'sell' and cut its target price on the stock to zero, in the wake of the company's latest profit warning.
British travel group Thomas Cook issued its third profit warning in less than a year on Thursday, sending shares tumbling to a 6-1/2 year low as it said discounting and higher fuel and hotel costs would hurt it during the peak summer season.
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