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UK to fly back another 7,100 people on Wednesday after Thomas Cook collapse

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  • The UK's Civil Aviation Authority said it had 30,000 more passengers to bring back to Britain, entering the 9th day of its two-week long peacetime repatriation operation.
A woman looks at holidays for sale in a Thomas Cook travel agent window in Bristol, England.
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UK's Civil Aviation Authority said 44 flights are scheduled to fly on Wednesday to bring back 7,100 people back to the country, following the collapse of travel firm Thomas Cook.

The regulator said it had 30,000 more passengers to bring back to Britain, entering the 9th day of its two-week long peacetime repatriation operation.