Thomas Cook Airlines

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In service


Thomas Cook Airlines is a British charter airline with its main bases at Manchester and London Gatwick airports. Formed in 2000 following the merger of Flying Colours and Caledonian Airways, the airline operated under the name JMC Airlines until 2003, after which it assumed the name Thomas Cook Airlines. The airline merged in 2008 with MyTravel Airways, and today operates short and long-haul services to destinations in the Mediterranean, East Asia and the Caribbean. Thomas Cook Airlines is an operating division within the Thomas Cook Group.

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