175 years ago, our founder Thomas Cook began this company with a vision to “broaden the mind of others and break down the partition walls of prejudice.”
Once describing himself as “the willing and devoted servant of the travelling public”, Thomas Cook was a true pioneer of the travel industry, opening up a world of new destinations and new travel experiences to everyone. By obtaining the best services and prices for his customers, he laid the foundations of the company that still bears his name today.
Thomas Cook is now one of the world’s leading leisure travel groups, supported by 22,000 colleagues and operating from 16 countries. Our vision today remains true to the principles of Thomas Cook 175 years ago – to be the most loved holiday company.
We value the contribution our employees make to the business and to our customers and annually recognise those colleagues who have really demonstrated our values and behaviours.
The Customer Hero award is voted for by our colleagues. It is important to us that we work as One Thomas Cook and that our people feel valued and can contribute towards recognition of their team.
Our Customer Heroes have shown what it means to have the customer at the heart of everything we do.
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Thomas Cook Belgium flights to switch to Brussels Airlines
Travel Weekly UK
Thomas Cook Belgium, managing director, Jan Dekeyser, said: “By extending our successful partnership with Brussels Airlines, Thomas Cook Belgium will offer customers from Neckermann, Thomas Cook and Pegase 20% more flights to some of the most ...
Thomas Cook's Belgian unit to extend ties with Brussels Airlines
Brussels Airlines to absorb Thomas Cook's Belgian carrier
Thomas Cook to widen Brussels Airlines partnership - MarketWatch
Thomas Cook axes five dolphin and elephant attractions
Thomas Cook is axing a number of dolphin and elephant attractions after a damning report revealed that they do not meet official welfare standards. The report found dolphins with badly damaged skin and heavily chained elephants showing signs of ...
Dream of swimming with dolphins? Think again as travel company drops tours amid cruelty fears