Thomas Cook is expected to have benefited from the wet weather the UK faced in August.
The operator posts an update on performance on Thursday, and reports suggest the operator has seen a boost thanks to the dreary weather conditions last month.
The Express reported that brokers at Numis said trading in the UK travel market had been strong and that they expect Cook to report a late market surge.
Airlines easyJet and Ryanair said they saw an uplift in passengers last month and attributed it to the strong pound and poor UK weather.
In July, Thomas Cook warned of a £39 million earning hit due to the combined impact of the terrorist attack in Tunisia and the Greek debt crisis.
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