Mark’s techie background would serve Thomson well, but he’s happy and settled at Avis.
Meanwhile, Thomson’s headhunters will take their time but they haven’t got a lot of candidates who fit the bill.
Over at Cadogan, Gary’s withdrawal method has been criticised, but at least he’s prepared to give destinations a crack.
Panorama is on target for a three-fold increase – that’s some growth in the current market.
Agents are complaining they haven’t got any Thomas Cook brochures for 2000 during a crucial booking period – this is the time when people like to take brochures home.
Those bid costs at Kuoni have raised an eyebrow – UK shareholders certainly wouldn’t have taken kindly to them.
Airlines are nervous – budgets won’t allow them to follow BA, but they can’t stomach a bookings loss.
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