Thomas Cook says it is business as usual after Friday's 40% crash

Travel company forced to reassure its holidaymakers and suppliers it has ‘ample cash’

Thomas Cook has been forced to fend off a wave of worried inquiries from holidaymakers and suppliers, promising it has “ample cash to operate” after a crash in its share price on Friday.

In numerous responses to customers on Facebook and Twitter expressing concern that trips might be cancelled, the holiday operator said it was “business as usual” and that all of its holidays were protected by Atol, the UK holiday protection scheme.

Read the rest of the article here directly from The Guardian.