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#16 geezer466


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Posted 09 April 2012 - 06:59 AM

TUI survived the volcano thing better because they have lots of non-UK operations, especially in Germany, which served routes not effected by the volcano.

In fact there German operations have survived better in General - like the German economy.

A quick reminder to everyone - if you book a holiday, USE A CREDIT CARD. I know you pay a credit card fee, but if anything goes wrong you can be sure of getting your money back.

Also, don't book with Thomas Cook, they're rubbish...

Or alternatively (and you do a lot of travelling) buy an inclusive annual insurance policy. All persons going abroad should have insurance anyway. This would usually contain a section on failure of a travel operator.
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Posted 09 April 2012 - 01:20 PM

Is this another one of RBS's sound investments? :blink:
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