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Mallorca is a ghost town

After the crash of Thomas Cook, the beaches in Mallorca became like ghost towns.

Mallorca is a ghost town

The beaches on the Spanish resort island of Mallorca have become more like ghost towns after the collapse of the Thomas Cook company, and the exodus of thousands of British tourists. His bankruptcy also led to the largest repatriation in peacetime since World War II of hundreds of thousands of British tourists who ended up abroad.
Some service companies on the popular resort island are afraid that they may soon go bankrupt, as well as the oldest tour operator in the world. Bars in Mallorca suffer enormous losses due to the massive exodus of tourists. The beaches of the island are now mostly deserted after Thomas Cook began the forced liquidation, which led to the cancellation of all flights and holiday packages.
One Briton, who owns a bar in Mallorca, said that since the collapse of a travel company, his business has "become catastrophic." Another businessman, 31-year-old Jack Beit, owner of the Rose and Crown Pub in Cala Millor, told the Daily Star that his "trading this week has plummeted and is almost nullified."

The newspaper reports that at least 500 Spanish hotels are on the verge of closure due to a drop in the number of vacationers from the UK. Newlywed couple Callie Millington and her fiancé Liam Shaw were blocked at their Mallorca hotel in Magaluf after the collapse of Thomas Cook. The 23-year-old newlyweds said they were asked to pay £ 1,100, even though they had previously paid £ 750 each for a 10-day vacation at a four-star hotel.
Spouses who flew to Mallorca on Thursday, September 19th, claim that when Thomas Cook crashed, they returned to their room and found that all of their belongings were temporarily seized by the hotel. They claim that the hotel staff threatened: they would have to spend the night on the street if they did not pay £ 1,100. With difficulty, young people, with the help of relatives who transferred money to them with a credit card, managed to pay off this "unexpected debt." They now remember their honeymoon as a nightmare. Only after that they were allowed to pick up their things and leave the hotel so that they could return home on a special flight from the British Civil Aviation Administration.

Source: Russian newspaper

03.10.2019 12:04:41
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