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WTM 2014: Greece Tourism Partners TUI, Thomas Cook Discuss Plans For 2015

Tourism trends, new cruise programs and aviation issues were at the center of discussions between the Greek National Tourism Organization (GNTO) and international partners at the World Travel Market (WTM) 2014, which opened this week in London.

Thomas Cook Signs Deal To Monitor Hotels Via Social Monitoring

Tour operator Thomas Cook has agreed a multi-year deal with online reputation management company TrustYou to keep a check on the online reputation of more than 45,000 hotels from its portfolio.

Thomas Cook Austria Honors Rhodes For Longtime Collaboration

Leading tour operator Thomas Cook Austria (Neckermann) recently presented the Greek island of Rhodes with an award in honor of the company's longtime collaboration with the destination.

Kefalogianni Receives Good News From TUI, Thomas Cook On Future Plans In Greece

Britain's leading tour operators TUI Travel and Thomas Cook recently informed Greek Tourism Minister Olga Kefalogianni that they feel confident about doing business in Greece and intend to invest further in the country's market.
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Thomas Cook: 2013 A Rebirth for Greek Tourism

Tourism in Greece is experiencing a “renaissance” this year, according to Ioannis Afukatudis, Thomas Cook Austria's (Neckermann) general manager.
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Annabelle Beach Resort Receives Award For Excellence By Thomas Cook

The Annabelle Beach Resort on Crete was recently honored with the Award For Excellence by Thomas Cook UK.
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Thomas Cook Includes Greece In Best Value Destinations

Greece is included in the best value destinations category of Thomas Cook’s annual Holiday Cost of Living Report that was released recently.

Thomas Cook Gives Greek Tourism Market A Scare

Greece’s tourism industry recently expressed concerns in regards to the tremendous impact the near-bankruptcy of British tour operator Thomas Cook Group would have had on the Greek tourism market.

Thomas Cook Upsets European Hoteliers

The Hellenic Chamber of Hotels has joined forces with hotel associations in Europe in a fight against UK-based holiday company Thomas Cook as it has imposed a unilateral five percent cut on its August and September accommodation invoices for European hotels.

Greece to See More ‘Casa Cook’ and ‘Cook’s Club’ Hotels in 2022

Fosun Tourism Group, a China-based company focused on the leisure travel market, this year will open four new hotels in Greece under the Casa Cook and Cook’s Club brands.

New ‘Casa Cook’ Adults-only Hotel to Open on Samos in 2022

A new Casa Cook adults-only hotel is expected to open on the Greek island of Samos in May 2022.

Casa Cook and Cook’s Club Hotels to Re-open in Greece

International leisure company Fosun Tourism Group this summer will re-open the Casa Cook and Cook’s Club hotels in Greece.

The Transition to a ‘Smarter’ Digital Tourism Model – Interview with Thomas Krabokoukis

Thomas Krabokoukis, a Digital Hotel Strategist at Nelios, analyzes how hotels should increase direct bookings and develop guest loyalty.

Cook’s Club Opens Latest Hotel on Rhodes, Greece

Thomas Cook has opened its eighth Cook’s Club hotel – an 18-room city hotel in the heart of Old Town of the Greek island of Rhodes.

Prix Versailles 2018: Casa Cook Kos Hotel’s Architecture Applauded

Greek company Mastrominas ARChitecture has received the special “Prix Versailles” award for Europe for its architectural project of the Casa Cook Kos hotel.

Condor Secures €550m German State Loan

Condor will receive a state-guaranteed loan of 550 million euros as Covid-19 aid and to fully refinance the bridging loan it received following the insolvency of Thomas Cook.

Condor Acquired by LOT Polish Airlines Owner

Polish Aviation Group (PGL), the owner of LOT Polish Airlines (LOT), has announced the acquisition of former Thomas Cook Group subsidiary Condor.

Greek Hotels are Facing Three Challenges

The Thomas Cook collapse, the migrant crisis and the lack of infrastructure, are the three challenges Greek hotels are up against, says Hellenic Hoteliers Federation President Grigoris Tasios.

Expert: Greek Hoteliers Must Limit Reliance on Tour Operators

Greek hoteliers must expand their partnerships in the wake of Thomas Cook’s collapse, according to tourism industry expert Andreas Papatheodorou.

Commission Approves €380 Million German Rescue Aid to Condor

The European Commission has approved Germany's plans to grant a €380-million loan to charter airline Condor, after the collapse of its parent company Thomas Cook.