Brussels Airlines cancels flights after Thomas Cook’s bankruptcy

Yesterday night Brussels Airlines has announced that “Due to the difficult financial situation of Thomas Cook Belgium, Brussels Airlines cancels two round trip flights on the 24th of September”. In particular, two flights to and from Tunisia, namely SN3881 Bruxelles-Enfidha, SN3882 Enfidha-Bruxelles, SN3885 Bruxelles-Djerba et SN3886 Djerba-Bruxelles.




After its declaration of bankruptcy on Monday, the Thomas Cook Group has announced that its activities in Belgium will remain operational for the moment, but the precise consequences of this filing for bankruptcy are not yet known. At the moment, nearly 10,000 Belgians are on holiday via a trip booked by Thomas Cook Belgium.

Brussels Airlines apologizes for the inconvenience and sends affected customers to Thomas Cook, stating that the tour operator hasn’t been able to pay his debts of the last two weeks. The flight company also assures that only flights operated exclusively on behalf of the British tour operator are concerned.

The flight company is currently working on their flight plan for the coming weeks and months and will inform customers as soon as possible.