Thomas Cook has gone into administration
Please find all the latest information on our Thomas Cook FAQ page - this should answer all the queries you may have regarding your holiday booked with Thomas Cook flights. Follow the link to find asnwers to frequently asked questions such as:
- My booking for 2020 has been cancelled and I can see flights available, why have you not rebooked these?
- I’ve still got a payment due, what happens now?
We keep this page up-to-date so please do keep an eye for incoming updates.
What about your favourite Thomas Cook destinations?
We understand that some of our customers' destinations of choice have been affected by Thomas Cook falling into administration. Finding this hot Gambia holiday or that fab Goa deal might be a bit more difficult with the reduced flights availability, but there’s still a world waiting for you to be discovered. So, what do you say? Shall we take a peek at some other sunny destinations you might love instead?
Top attractions in Dubai
You love Goa in January? Try Dubai!
Love your January nice and hot? If getting to Goa is a bit more difficult right now, start your year with a Dubai holiday instead. January and February are great months to visit as temperatures here are comfortably settled in the 20s. Think long sunshine hours and almost non-existing humidity – truly the time to visit, right?
Make the most of the milder weather as you see all the best Dubai has to offer outdoors. From camel riding to hot-air ballooning, now is the time to do all those things you’ve heard are possible in Dubai. Discover the desert on a 4x4 safari tour, slide down the sandy slopes on a sandboard or simply hit Jumeirah Beach – admire the gorgeous views down the Dubai Marina and all the way to Burj Al Arab, minus the heat that settles later in the year.
In fact, January is the perfect time to hit Dubai’s beaches with sea temperatures staying around 21°C and weather ideal for swimming.
Intrigued? Discover some of the top reasons we love Dubai so much.
Things to do in Morocco
You love The Gambia in November? Try Morocco!
The choice of flights to The Gambia might feel a lot more limited at the minute, but you still crave a hot getaway? Escape the chill at home with a sunny Morocco holiday in November. The shoulder months are some of the best times to visit Morocco – be it April and May, or September to November. During this time, you can count on milder temperatures and just the same great places to visit. Think lively souks, soothing hammams, and historic sites...
November in Morocco is mild and a lot warmer than in Europe, allowing for quite the pleasant explorations! Take advantage of the quieter time to visit popular attractions such as Saadian Tombs and the Jardin de l’Aaguedal.
No matter what time of the year you visit, you have to go for a traditional meal as well. Famous for its flavoursome tagines, Moroccan cuisine has so much more to offer you – from its great street food to fine dining offerings. While we are all partial to some tender lamb cooked in a tagine, with a large portion of couscous to the side, there’re many other delicious stuff to try out here as well. How about sampling the local b’stilla – traditional savoury pie with a blend of pigeon meat (or chicken), almonds and eggs, cooked with saffron, ginger, pepper and cinnamon – or perhaps snack on some makouda (deep-fried potato balls to dip in the spicy harissa sauce!)…You can never go wrong with a hot cup of sweet mint tea either.
Fancy a holiday to Marrakech? Here're some of the top things to do in Marrakech!