The Week in Tourism
Tourism may not have been foremost in the government’s thinking in the early days of the crisis, but it has increasingly been pushed up the agenda.
Palma has long been the third busiest airport in Spain in terms of whole-year traffic.
A report which showed that the year will end with there having been average occupancy of 78.35%.
It will now be up to the Commercial Court to decide the outcome.
If Virgin does start operating to the island it would be a dream come true for founder Sir Richard Branson.
Council of Majorca is hosting a one-off pop up event in central London while a double decker bus will be advertising Majorca on a city centre route.
Thomas Cook's management said a deal was possible until the final hours before the company failed.
Thomas Cook crisis
Thomas Cook employees are to receive special payments from the government.
The CCOO union has organised an assembly for the 760 employees on Monday.
"There is a delicate situation because we are bound hand and foot".
Operation Matterhorn continues until Sunday 6 October with more than 1,000 flights planned in total.
Today 72 flights are scheduled to operate.
These were just 20% of all Thomas Cook passengers
The government will look at how to deal with future travel firm collapses - though a review was already carried out after Monarch.
Flying programme would continue until October 6.
It is understood that some hotels in Majorca are looking at closing early for the season, i.e. by the end of this month.
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- Yellow alert extended for torrential rain in Mallorca
- Police concerned at the prospect of a summer of "recklessness"
- Whale of a time for Mallorca diver who saved trapped humpback