Thomas Cook Airlines Belgium ceased operations in 2017. Condor was the German airline partner and still flies customers to beautiful holiday destinations.
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Thomas Cook Airlines Belgium was a Belgian leisure airline, to serve the Belgian holiday market, and was owned by the Thomas Cook Group.
The airline operated scheduled flights to destinations throughout Europe and Africa from its base at Brussels Airport.
In March 2017, the airline's parent company, Thomas Cook, announced its intention to sell its Belgian operations to Lufthansa. Thomas Cook Airlines Belgium was shut down by late October 2017. The airline operated from 2002 until 2017.
At the time of the closure, Thomas Cook Airlines Belgium was flying to 36 destinations across Europe, including Cape Verde, Egypt, Morocco, and Tunisia.
When it seased operations, the airline operated a fleet of the following aircraft: 5 x Airbus A320-200