Condor and Thomas Cook Scandanavia continue to operate as scheduled.
Repatriation flights for Thomas Cook UK customers have been announced as follows:
Tuesday 1 October . The Manchester flight will operate as originally scheduled, using an XT (Titan) flight number and departing at 22:40. Gatwick passengers must use the Manchester flight and a coach transfer will be provided from Manchester to Gatwick.
Wednesday 2 October The Manchester flight will operate as originally scheduled, using an XT (Titan) flight number and departing at 21:50. The Cardiff flight passengers will travel on the 01:10 Bristol flight which leaves in the very early morning of Thursday 3 October, with coach transfer from Bristol to Cardiff. Glasgow passengers will travel on the Manchester flight, again with coach transfer at the UK end, and the same applies to East Midlands passengers.
Birmingham passengers will travel on Ryanair flight FR1721 to London Stansted, with a coach transfer back to Birmingham. This flight leaves at 12:05.
Thursday 3 October . The Bristol flight will operate in the original times, with an XT flight number.
Wednesday 2 October. The Manchester flight will operate as originally scheduled, using an XT flight number
We’re now getting towards the end of the operation. Kos flights for Thursday 3 October and Sunday 6 October, and Rhodes flights for Saturday 5 and Sunday 6 October will be announced shortly. After that, anyone booked on a Thomas Cook flight back to the UK and holding an ATOL certificate should be contacted directly by the CAA and given details of which existing other-operator flights they will be booked onto. Anyone with a Thomas Cook booking to the UK and no ATOL certificate must make their own arrangements for dates after 6 October, at their own expense (unless they are on a package holiday though another company such as Olympic Holidays, in which case the company will arrange and pay for alternative flights).