Nov 8, 2019
Thomas Cook airport slots bought by EasyJet and Jet2
EasyJet and Jet2.com have bought all of the takeoff and landing slots owned by collapsed travel firm Thomas Cook in UK airports. The slots at London Gatwick and Bristol were bought by EasyJet for £36m, the government's liquidation service said. Jet2.com has bought slots at Manchester, Birmingham and Stansted airports for an undisclosed amount. EasyJet bought 12 summer takeoff and landing slots, called pairs, at Gatwick and eight winter slot pairs. In 2016, Oman Air paid $75m for a single pair of slots at London Heathrow, according to The Times.
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