Sunclass Airlines (Formerly Thomas Cook Scandinavia) on July 25 resumed operations after more than four months with its fleet completely grounded. It operated five flights from different Scandinavian cities to Palma de Mallorca, Spain.
Copyright Photo: Sunclass Airlines Airbus A321-211 WL OY-TCD (msn 6314) PMI (Javier Rodriguez). Image: 950731.
Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia has been rescued. Petter Stordalen and private equity firms Altor and TDR Capital has agreed to buy the assets of the bankrupt carrier.
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Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia has made this announcement (translated):
Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia has acquired a new owner.
The airline will change its name to SunClass Airlines.
It will take some time before the change is fully implemented, and you will therefore, for a time to come, find that both names (SunClass Airlines and Thomas Cook Airlines) will be visible at the airports, on your ticket, on the boarding pass, etc.
Our logo with the heart is the same as before, so you can always look for the heart when searching for information. No new ticket will be sent and your current ticket will therefore remain valid. Flight numbers and flight times are unchanged.
Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia aircraft photo gallery: