RE: The world's oldest travel company Thomas Cook goes bankrupt, end of traditional TAs?

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The world's oldest travel company Thomas Cook goes bankrupt, end of traditional TAs?

in steempress •  2 months ago  (edited)

yea I agree, changed the title. Probably package holidays kind of travel is gonna stay for a while. But actually they don't make much profit any more, as you can book the package holidays easily with online bookings sites just with a few clicks. Often it's cheaper and better quality.

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I agree, in fact new ones have come up recently. Easyjet created a package holiday service website in the last few years too... Thomas Cook may have survived if they had put more of their business online.
Its more the older generation that don't like or trust using the internet that will still use traditional Travel Agents, but they won't be around much longer.

Like you said, the industry is changing, and if a business doesn't change with it, it will be doomed.