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Article from BTNews 9 SEPTEMBER 2013

Thomas Cook ‘Trip Tips’

An airline as well as the world’s oldest travel firm, Thomas Cook has introduced what it calls ‘Trip Tips’.  It might be a little late for summer 2013 but in truth its recommendations are for all year round and affect both those travelling for leisure and business.  It is claimed to help holidaymakers plan their perfect holiday from booking advice and cost saving recommendations, to the latest mobile travel apps to download – and even advice on how to look after your pets while on holiday.
 
Using Thomas Cook’s own knowledgeable product advisers, overseas representatives and financial experts – as well as teaming up with Netmums, HMRC, T3 Magazine and many other contributors – ‘Trip Tips’ features advice from industry experts on numerous different travel related subjects.  Whether that is getting advice from HM Passport Office about applying for and renewing a passport, information on cost effective ways of looking after pets whilst on holiday from Pets at Home or finding out from the AA about driving abroad, ‘Trip Tips’ aims to offer information and handy hints for every step of the customer journey.
 
The ‘Trip Tips’ information hub has been broken up into five different categories: Tips for booking your holiday, before you leave, airport savings, tips for while you are away and advice for when you return.  www.thomascook.com/trip-tips

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