Thomas Cook is reportedly on the verge of being sold to a Polish online travel agent.
The brand’s owner, Fosun Tourism Group, is in advanced negotiations with eSky, according to Sky News.
A spokesperson for Thomas Cook declined to comment when contacted by Travel Weekly.
After Thomas Cook’s collapse in 2019, it was acquired by China’s Fosun for £11 million and relaunched as an online travel agent.
Sky News reported on January 15 that Fosun was in “advanced negotiations” to sell the brand to eSky, which is majority-owned by private equity firm MCI Capital. The firm focuses on central and eastern Europe.
City sources told Sky News that talks on a potential sale had been ongoing for some time and could conclude in the coming weeks.
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