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Online travel agency Express Bookers to close immediately due to insolvency

Excerpt from Travel Trade Gazette

Aug 10, 2012 8:48 am

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The UK company ceased trading today and advised customers with hotel bookings that they’ll have to rebook, although travelers with airline tickets should still be able to travel.

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Express Bookers, whose management team previously held “various senior management positions with TUI and Thomas Cook”, said in a statement, that it had ceased trading with immediate effect, and that all customer enquiries should be forwarded to aftersales@expressbookers.co.uk.

The OTA is owned by Craig Jay, who previosuly worked at Thomas Cook for 10 years. The company is also understood to have sold through the trade.

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