After the Thomas Cook Collapse, Dust Settles at Airports and Travel Agents Remain Optimistic

Travelers at Gatwick told Adweek they weren't surprised things were back to business as usual

LONDON—The unexpected closure of British travel business Thomas Cook Group, which operated an airline and tour group, brought disarray to airports from England to Mallorca. But at London’s Gatwick Airport, the craziness had largely died down by Tuesday afternoon.

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