Three days remain of Operation Matterhorn with up to 14,000 passengers left to return

Day 11 update

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Operation Matterhorn brings over 127,000 Thomas Cook passengers back to the UK in the first ten days

19,000 more passengers set to return before Sunday when their holidays are due to end

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Over 120,000 Thomas Cook passengers are now back in the UK

 30,000 more passengers due to continue their holidays before being repatriated this week

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Operation Matterhorn enters second week

 Passengers still abroad are asked to provide CAA with contact details

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Week one complete as Operation Matterhorn returns 106,000 in seven days

 Week two starts with two-thirds of passengers back in the UK

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CAA uses more than 100 aircraft as part of the Matterhorn fleet

 

The operation has returned 93,000 passengers in six days

   

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Half of Thomas Cook passengers now back in the UK

Operation Matterhorn returns 76,000 in five days

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In the first four days of Operation Matterhorn the CAA has flown back around 61,000 people

over 40 per cent of the total of 150,000 people who are due to complete their holiday by 6 October

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UK Civil Aviation Authority announces decision to extend September ATOL renewals deadline until 25 October 2019

Move follows Thomas Cook failure

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CAA repatriates over 95 per cent of all Thomas Cook customers who were due to fly back to the UK on 25 September,

Day Three of the CAA’s repatriation operation

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