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Finnish travel agency Tjäreborg, along with its Nordic sister companies, will continue offering holiday flights and travel packages.
Tjäreborg is an independent subsidiary in Thomas Cook Group, which filed for bankruptcy on early Monday morning, resulting in cancellations of all Tjäreborg flights on Monday.
“Because we are an independent and profitable company, we have managed with the help of banks, financiers and guarantors to assure the continuation of our activity,” says Magnus Wikner, the managing director of Northern Europe at Thomas Cook Group, in a statement.
The collapse of Thomas Cook Group will not directly affect its Nordic customers.
Flights of Tjäreborg customers will continue normally on Tuesday.