EasyJet has paid 36 million pounds (USD 46 million, 42 million euros) for 12 summer and eight winter slot pairs at London's Gatwick airport - and for seven slot pairs in total at Bristol airport in western England.
Anant Korde had moved the Maharashtra State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission after the company refused to pay him full refund upon cancellation of a Europe tour.
In the leisure travel portfolio for TCIL, the share of domestic segment is currently at 20 percent and the rest lies with outbound business.
British travel agent Hays Travel announced that the company will buy all the 555 stores of its rival Thomas Cook UK following the latter company's bankruptcy.
A total of 19,000 more customers are poised to return just four days before the largest peacetime repatriation 'Operation Matterhorn' comes to an end.
Thomas Cook slipped despite the company saying that it is a separate entity from the now-bankrupt Thomas Cook Plc of the UK.
A total of 100,000 bookings made by direct debit would be refunded within the next 14 days.
The Civil Aviation Authority said it has so far brought back more than half of the total number of affected customers since it launched the country's largest peacetime repatriation on Monday.
The authority also said over 150 Thomas Cook crew and 30% of the total number of passengers, in the first three days of the operation, had already been flown back.
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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has questioned whether failing management should receive huge salaries.
"There are all sorts of rumours flying, the fact is that 200 million was even an underestimate of what Thomas Cook would have needed just for the very short term, for the next week or two," Business Secretary Andrea Leadsom said.
At airports around the world travellers scoured mobile phones or quizzed officials for travel updates as they waited in long queues beneath flight boards showing flights delayed or cancelled.
Travellers frantically scoured mobile phones or quizzed officials for information as they waited in long queues in airports around Europe and beyond.
“Delhi’s RoC, which has been probing Aarush Forex Pvt for a while now, unearthed some suspicious transactions in its books and came across several companies, including Thomas Cook,” a source said.
The debt burden meant the company had to sell 3 million holidays a year just to pay the interest, it said last month.
The problems faced by the British firm had affected the share prices of Thomas Cook India Ltd.
Destination wedding business was cash-driven until the note-ban and GST role out, a senior Thomas Cook official said, adding the cash dominance was a big put-downer for them to get into this lucrative segment.
The heavily indebted British travel group put its profitable airline business up for sale in February after profit warnings in 2018 left it needing to raise cash.
The company currently offers services like foreign exchange, corporate travel, leisure travel, insurance, visa and passport services and e-business.