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Thomas Cook guests will continue to claim that they are ‘held to ransom’ in the hotels

to connectVideoThomas Cook the pilot directs the crew and passengers of an emotional message following the agency’s collapse

In the wake of Thomas Cook’s bankruptcy, and massive layoffs, the pilot is a Manchester-bound flight and thanked the crew for their professionalism in spite of the chaos caused by their company’s collapse.

The consequences of the collapse of Thomas Cook continues to wreak havoc for travellers.

Reports have surfaced that the former travel agent, customers are complaining about it being ‘held to ransom’ by the hotels and the discerning free of charge. But now, with the UK’s Civil Aviation Authority for the member.

The CAA tweeted out a message to clarify the situation for those travelers that stay at the hotels booked through Thomas Cook. It says, “We do not have the financial guarantee of all the hotels, ATOL protected #ThomasCook customers, so that they will be able to stay in their hotel until they fly home. If you have any problems with the hotel, please visit our web site for support and advice.”

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After it was announced that Thomas Cook’s financial position, which the hotel opened its doors in a panic, that they would not be paid any outstanding fees, Yahoo Finance reports. This, apparently, has led them to force the guests to help cover the costs.

On Sunday, it was reported that the guests at the Les Orangers hotel Tunisia, claiming that they were “held hostage.” She’s the one who said that the hotel had placed guards at the gates and demanded that they pay extra fees to be paid to the Thomas Cook situation.”

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In a statement obtained by Fox News, before the company’s collapse, a spokesman said: “We are very aware of the fact that a small number of customers will be asked to pay for their hotel room, to the left of the Les Orangers Tunisia, yesterday. This has now been resolved and customers, flew home as planned. We will continue to support our customers in all of our locations.”

On Twitter, several users have complained about the hotels all over the world, in a similar manner. A number of tweets responding to the CAA’s announcement, to claim that the hotels in Cuba, Thailand, Kissimmee, Florida, the guests at an extra cost.

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In the meantime, the CAA and the government of the united kingdom are still engaged in the evacuation of thousands of British travellers affected due to the Thomas collapse, a Yahoo Finance report.

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