Thomas Cook loses £20 mln on Egypt, Tunisia unrest
Thomas Cook, one of Europe's biggest tour operators, warned on Tuesday that political unrest in Egypt and Tunisia will cost the group about £20 million (?24 million, $33 million)."The political unrest in Tunisia and Egypt will have an impact on the group results," the London-based company said in a trading update."All travel to these markets is currently restricted with the exception, in line with UK Government advice, of travel from the UK to Red Sea resorts."We are pleased to note that the UK government travel advice to Tunisia has now improved.