Top directors leave Thomas Cook

Aviation and product director is latest to depart

The aviation and product director for Thomas Cook’s scheduled business has become the latest to leave the company. David Robinson had “decided to leave”, the tour operator said, but would remain at his post until Christmas. It is the latest in a number of high-profile departures in recent weeks, including the chief executive of Thomas Cook’s mainstream division, Ian Ailles, whose departure was announced earlier this month.
“Thomas Cook Scheduled Business has come a long way since we merged with Gold Medal back in 2008, and David has played a big part in developing the product strategy,” Steve Barrass, director of the tour operator’s scheduled business, said. “We’d like to thank David for his contribution and we wish him well in the future.”
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