Thomas Cook Strike 

Thomas Cook operates out of Belfast, Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Stansted, East Midlands, Gatwick, Manchester, Newcastle and Glasgow airports.

Average 475 cabin crew employee earns GPB 15,000. Company is broke and over extended. Will remove 6 long-haul jets and will close 24 shops.   

What's your airline up to?
Airport Strikes   
Shaky Airline Status
Who else is on strike today?
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We've got some strikes which might affect your Thomas Cook flight
French air traffic control strikes added strike dates
April 16 - 18 and April 29 - May 2.
Scottis airport strike

8 March 2015 Thomas Cook in the news today. Sold, 5%  of company sold to a Chinese company.
Last years industrial actoins
Morocco and Belgium have general strikes planned.
Italy several aviation strikes are planed 14 November 2014 Follow along with us at ETR
Lufthansa pilot strikeEasyJet strike and TAP Airlines strikes

Old industrial actions
6 March 2013 Thomas Cook austerity plan coming into effect in UK. Some stores to close and 2,500 employees to go. Concertrating on online business.
26 September 2012 Vicious online Twitter campaign Daily Mail
12 July 2012 Where are the results? What was the result? Anyone?

6 June Thomas Cook Airlines back in the news today. Unite union balloting employees for strike action. Ballot due in July 9.

13 December Union Unite and management sign a wage deal. Strike issues resolved. 

26 November 2011 Thomas Cook gets a loan, 
£200 million!  Dailymail

25 November 2011 Simon Calder at the Independant answers some of your questions.

10 November Union Unite and Thomas Cook management will meet again on Wednesday 23 November.

4 November 2011 New meeting planned now for 

9 November 2011 between Unite union and management.
Meetings between union Unite and management to take place Wednesday 2 November 2011. 

25 October 2011 Union Unite's 475 cabin crew have voted to strike.

4 August Thomas Cook not doing so well

28 Jan 2011 Thomas Cook screw up guardian

5/25/08  Brawling couple divert plane  bbc

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