Thomas Cook headquarters in Palma.
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A reader writes about events affecting tourism in the Balearics.
As of next week the former employees will be able to sign on as unemployed.
The hotel division of Thomas Cook has avoided bankruptcy after striking an agreement with Hoteles Globales.
Thomas Cook was Britains biggest and best known holiday company and had been trading for 178 years when it went bust in September this year.
Hoteliers believe the upward trend in internet bookings will strengthen the sector.
The scheme envisages the spending of five million euros on modernising resorts in Majorca, 1.6 million in Ibiza and 1.4 million in Minorca.
In Cala d’Or, Thomas Cook hasn’t paid many hotelier invoices.
"It is essential that Spain attracts 'a quality British tourist'."
The minister added that the other 54 requests contained errors that the employment service is currently correcting.