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Thomas Cook staff will give emotional speeches at the last landing, the viral videos show

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.

After the collapse of British tour operator Thomas Cook said on Monday, employees of the travel office and the airline company have made emotional speeches about the big news of the plane’s passengers, in a video that has since gone viral, with hundreds of thousands of views online.

On Sept. 22, a pilot identified only as Andy and apologized to customers travelling from Cancun, Mexico to Manchester, England, for the delay in deplaning, in a speech that quickly turned sentimental, Some Live reports.

The kite was choking, he gave instructions to abandon the aircraft over the intercom and told the passengers that they were the last people ever to fly in an airplane, to be operated as a Thomas Cook flight.

The kite was choking, he gave instructions to abandon the aircraft over the intercom and told the passengers that they were the last people ever to fly in an airplane, to be operated as a Thomas Cook flight.
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“As some of you may know, allows you to switch your phone on in the morning,” the pilot project has been started, and before you go, quietly, said to be overcome with emotion.

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“Come on, come on,” the passengers cheered and clapped their hands to encourage him.

“I would like to take this opportunity to thank all of the crew members on board for it to operate in such a professional way, all the way back to the uk to get you back here, safe and sound,” Andy said. “We have a lot of friends, co-workers, and in the world of business today, which I’m sure you’ll appreciate this…I just want to say thank you to clients who have flown with us for many, many years, that clients who have flown with us for the first time.”

“It is our hope that you have enjoyed your flight with Thomas Cook, and going to be the last people to be here, so please have a safe trip, thank you,” he added.

“I would just like to say thank you to clients who have flown with us for many, many years, that clients who have flown with us for the first time.”

— Andy, have a look at Thomas Cook, pilot

As a passenger round of applause at the end of address, an employee jumped onto the speaker to the echo of similar feelings and sharing their own take on the news.

“I can only repeat what Andy said: great people to work with in this business,” the old and the Thomas Cook staff member said. “It’s been a fun 25-and-a-half years for me. Thank you crew, thank you very much, that’s true.”

The Video contains footage from the loaded scene has become viral on YouTube, where the footage and shared by user Andrew Whitmore has accumulated over 274,000 views to date.

In another clip, on which you have clicked on, Thomas Cook, cabin manager, John Scoffham thanks to leisure travel from the island of Mallorca, Spain, to Birmingham, the united kingdom, be kind to the airline employees in what it described as “the world’s most beautiful and positive way, I have been able to do.”

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“Good luck, Thomas!” the passenger cried out, in unison, in a video recording, which is Scoffham shared it on Facebook and had been viewed over 340,000 times.

During a recent run with the company from the republic of Cyprus, Greece, italy, and Manchester, Thomas Cook-customer, Laura Newsome, told the Daily Mirror that the crew had “other” as a pilot, got choked up while talking through the intercom.

“When we started to drop down to the landing, he [the speaker] and he started to tell us the local time and the temperature of the air, as she usually does, but this time, instead of saying,” thank you for flying with Thomas Cook and we hope to see you again, “he said,” thank you for choosing to fly with Thomas Cook for the last time — and it’s a pleasure to be flying you around the world,” Newsome said. “I can’t believe that this is how it ends.”

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Thomas collapsed Monday morning, forcing the company to immediately stop all flights and services offered by the hotel.
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Thomas collapsed Monday morning, forcing the company to immediately stop all flights and services offered by the hotel. Thomas Cook’s 21,000 employees are now reportedly facing lay-offs.

It is not clear how many people will be affected by the company’s collapse, but in the Uk, the government will work to repatriate thousands of customers in the united kingdom

Thousands and thousands of customers apparently have been stranded in different countries after the announcement.

Fox News’ Michael Hollan, contributed to this report.

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