Airbus A330-200 - Thomas Cook
Thomas Cook Airlines is a British charter airline. Its homebase is Manchester (UK), but it operates from many other airports in Britain as well. The formation of the airline followed the merger between the tour operators Thomas Cook and MyTravel Group in June 2007. Thomas Cook Airlines was formed in March 2008 by the merger of Thomas Cook Airlines UK and MyTravel Airways.
In September 1999 the forerunner of Thomas Cook Airlines UK was formed as JMC by a merger of Flying Colours Airlines and Caledonian Airways. The name Thomas Cook Airlines UK was adopted in March 2003. MyTravel Airways was founded as Airtours International Airways in 1990 and in 1993 it acquired Inter European Airways and in 1996 the Scandinavian charter airline Premiair. The name MyTravel was chosen in 2002.
Thomas Cook flies two Airbus A330-200 aircraft on holiday flights. The picture shows an A330-200 taxiing to the runway at Manchester Airport (UK). On the photo below is an A330 of Thomas Cook Scandinavia.