Thomas Cook stops selling Jet2holidays

Thomas Cook stops selling Jet2holidays

Thomas Cook has confirmed that it has ended its commercial agreement with Jet2holidays.  It said the move was about increasing its focus on its own holiday offering.

“We’ve consistently said that by concentrating on our own-brand hotels and resorts, along with a portfolio of carefully selected partner hotels, we can ensure that our customers receive the best quality and service during the most important weeks of their year,” said a spokeswoman.

“We believe we have the best holidays on the market and we know our customers buy more of our own holidays from us than anything else.”

Its decision comes just weeks after rival TUI decided to stop selling Jet2holidays through its Thomson and First Choice shops. Jet2holidays has significantly expanded in recent years and is now licensed to carry 2.27 million passengers, only 263,000 fewer than Thomas Cook.

Its airline has recently added major operations at Birmingham and Stansted and already flies out of Belfast International, East Midlands, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Leeds Bradford, Manchester and Newcastle.

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