United Kingdom repatriates 14,700 British citizens affected by the bankruptcy of Thomas Cook

The United Kingdom Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) repatriated on Monday a total of 14,700 British citizens who had been trapped abroad by the bankruptcy of British tour operator Thomas Cook, the regulator announced in a statement.

To do this, the CAA signed a total of 64 planes on Monday and managed to repatriate 94% of the people who planned to return that same day with Thomas Cook herself, according to data provided by the agency. For this Tuesday, the CAA plans to repatriate 16,500 British citizens on another 74 flights.

To do this, the CAA signed a total of 64 planes on Monday and managed to repatriate 94% of the people who planned to return that same day with Thomas Cook herself, according to data provided by the agency. For this Tuesday, the CAA plans to repatriate 16,500 British citizens on another 74 flights.

The UK repatriation plan, the largest of its kind launched since World War II, will run until October 6 with more than 1,000 frequencies planned to bring Thomas’s 135,000 British customers back to the UK Cook who are still abroad.

The UK repatriation plan, the largest of its kind launched since World War II, will run until October 6 with more than 1,000 frequencies planned to bring Thomas’s 135,000 British customers back to the UK Cook who are still abroad.