Statutory Information

As you will be aware, on 23 September 2019, the High Court appointed the Official Receiver as liquidator over a number of entities in the Thomas Cook group on the petition of the companies’ directors. Simultaneously, the Court also appointed Simon Appell, Alastair Beveridge, Daniel Imison, and Ben Browne as Special Managers to support the liquidator.

Please find a list of the companies over which the Special Managers have been appointed:

Company name Company number
Thomas Cook Airlines Limited 02012379
Thomas Cook Group Treasury Limited 06575598
Thomas Cook Tour Operations Limited 03772199
Thomas Cook Airlines Treasury plc 11011161
Thomas Cook In Destination Management Limited 08927429
Thomas Cook Group Tour Operations Limited 10699895
Thomas Cook Group plc 06091951
Thomas Cook Money Limited 10344118
Thomas Cook Services Limited 03028914
MyTravel Group Limited 00742748
Thomas Cook Investments (2) Limited 06062179
Thomas Cook Continental Holdings Limited 06614883
Blue Sea Overseas Investments Limited 02950050
Thomas Cook Group UK Limited 02319744
Thomas Cook Finance 2 Plc 10645715
Thomas Cook Group Airlines Limited 10645850
Thomas Cook West Investments Limited 08157544
Thomas Cook UK Limited 02631252
Thomas Cook UK Travel Limited 01362039

Restructuring professionals from Interpath Advisory (Interpath) were also appointed by the Court as Special Managers of Thomas Cook Retail Limited, Travel and Financial Services Limited, TCCT Retail Limited, Retail Travel Limited, Thomas Cook Aircraft Engineering Limited, The Freedom Travel Group Limited and Future Travel Limited.

For any further information regarding the Thomas Cook entities over which Interpath have been appointed, please visit their website at

Under UK insolvency law there is no provision for a creditors or liquidation committee to be formed in a case when the court has made a compulsory winding up order and the Official Receiver (a statutory office holder employed by the government) is appointed as liquidator, as has happened with the Thomas Cook group companies. Therefore, creditors cannot request the formation of such a committee.

Creditors Guide to Liquidations