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Travel firm Neckermann Polska goes belly up after Thomas Cook collapse

25.09.2019 13:10
Tour operator Neckermann Polska on Wednesday said it would file for bankruptcy in the wake of the collapse of its British owner Thomas Cook.
Polish Deputy Foreign Minister Szymon Szynkowski vel Sęk and spokeswoman Ewa Suwara hold a press conference after Neckermann Polska announces a plan to file for bankruptcy.
Polish Deputy Foreign Minister Szymon Szynkowski vel Sęk and spokeswoman Ewa Suwara hold a press conference after Neckermann Polska announces a plan to file for bankruptcy.Photo: PAP/Piotr Nowak

The announcement from the Poland-based travel agency came after it earlier this week insisted it had been unaffected by the sudden failure of the UK travel company of which it was part.

Thomas Cook, one of the world's oldest travel firms, declared bankruptcy on Monday, leaving an estimated 500,000 tourists stranded around the globe. Several subsidiary companies have also stopped trading.

Neckermann Polska said on Wednesday it had submitted a declaration of insolvency to authorities in Poland’s central Mazowieckie province and that it would file a bankruptcy case to a district court in Warsaw in the next few days.

In response to the news, Poland’s foreign ministry pledged consular help and launched a special hotline for Polish tourists abroad.

Around 3,600 Polish tourists were abroad on trips through Neckermann Polska, most of them in Spain, Turkey, Tunisia and the Dominican Republic, Deputy Foreign Minister Szymon Szynkowski vel Sęk told reporters at a news conference in Warsaw on Wednesday.


Source: IAR, TVP Info