Thomas Cook collapse to cost Morocco hotels $20 million: tourism body

RABAT (Reuters) – The collapse of British travel operator Thomas Cook has left Moroccan hotels facing unpaid bills of about 200 million dirhams ($20 million), the head of Morocco’s tourism federation said on Wednesday. A Thomas Cook Scandinavia Airbus A330 plane takes off from Las Palmas in the Canary Islands, Spain, September 25, 2019.REUTERS/Borja SuarezThomas…

Thomas Cook collapse to cost Morocco hotels $20 million: tourism body

RABAT (Reuters) – The collapse of British travel operator Thomas Cook has left Moroccan hotels facing unpaid bills of about 200 million dirhams ($20 million), the head of Morocco’s tourism federation said on Wednesday. A Thomas Cook Scandinavia Airbus A330 plane takes off from Las Palmas in the Canary Islands, Spain, September 25, 2019.REUTERS/Borja SuarezThomas Cook operated two flights a week from Manchester to Marrakech and dealt with some 50 hotels in Marrakech and Agadir. Morocco’s tourism industry had 2018 revenue of 73.2 billion dirhams, a key source o
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