Turkey could lose tourists due to Thomas Cook collapse

Group reportedly owes money to several small Turkey hotels

The country could lose up to 700,000 tourists annually
The country could lose up to 700,000 tourists annually

The collapse of British tour company Thomas Cook could have a drastic effect on Turkey’s tourism as the country could lose up to 700,000 tourists annually.

According to a report by Reuters, the head of Turkey’s Hoteliers Federation, Osman Ayik said that the country currently has around 45,000 tourists who are visiting from the UK and other parts of Europe through Thomas Cook.

He also told the news agency that the tour company owes several small hotels around 100,000-200,000 pounds. The payment of this money could be affected due to the collapse.

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