Thomas Cook has been forced into compulsory liquidation this morning. At this time, the UK liquidators control: three A320-200s, 35 A321-200s and eight A330-200s under the UK brand – then under Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia, they have: eight A321-200s and three A330-200s; with six A320-200s under Thomas Cook Airlines Balearics.Today, 38 aircraft lessors are moving swiftly to recover their assets from the dust of Thomas Cook’s failure. Right now, 63 leased aircraft are directly under the control of the UK liquidators. The total combined fleet is 116 aircraft, 111 of which are not owned by the holiday company. Some are wrapped
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