Christoph Debus, the CEO of Thomas Cook Airlines, was talking to James Field, one of the AirLive writers, over Twitter about the airline’s current fleet development program.
James asked Christoph: “Are you happy with TCX’s fleet development? Are you considering acquiring anymore Airbus A330 aircraft to expand your long-haul operations?”
Christoph replied: “We are happy with the fleet development and it’s modernisation. And yes, we are looking for further long-haul fleet growth”.
James: “If that is the case, are you going to consider Airbus’ NEO and CEO versions of the A330 or would you consider buying bigger aircraft, such as the A350?”
Christoph: “In the mid/long-term, it will be a Thomas Cook Airlines joint fleet decision and we don’t disclose any detail yet. In the short term however, it will be the A330 CEO”.