Meeting on Thursday at the Balearic government's headquarters. | Pere Bota
The Balearic government has presented measures to tackle the crisis caused by the collapse of Thomas Cook. One of these, announced on Thursday evening, will be the return of tourist tax paid by Thomas Cook clients to hoteliers for July, August and September. In effect, this should mean that hotels simply keep tourist tax payments made by these clients. This measure will not apply to hotels that were under Thomas Cook's direct management.