2 MARCH 2015
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Last week Manchester Airport cancelled a press conference with Ken O’Toole, Chief Commercial Officer of MAG and Christoph Debus, Chief Airlines & Hotels Officer, Thomas Cook Group.
It was being promoted to focus on airport and airline’s new partnership following the announcement last year of New York and Miami services.
Rumours are now circulating within the City and the travel business that Thomas Cook is seeking to sell the airline business as part of a cost-saving plan.
"We see it as an important part of our business and a support of our profitable growth strategy. Of course, we are always open for opportunities," it said in a statement.
This month, Thomas Cook, which has a new Chief Executive after Harriet Green stepped down in a surprise announcement in November, said that it remained on course to grow this year despite tough trading conditions in Europe. www.thomascookairlines.co.uk
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