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Thomas Cook Airlines Belgium
Scale 1-200 model
Airbus A320-200


OO-TCB (MSN 357)
OO-TCC (MSN 411)
OO-TCE (MSN 394) Inspired
OO-TCF (MSN 354)
OO-TCG (MSN 443) Relax
OO-TCH (MSN 1929) Experience - named ""Experience"" until Nov 2014 - painted in ""10 Years Anniversary"" special colours Mar 2012 - Jul 2013 - painted in ""Ice Watch"" special colours Jul 2013 - Nov 2014 - 29 Oct 2017 to Brussels Airlines
OO-TCI (MSN 1975) Relax - sticker ""Santa Clause"" Dec 2005 - Jan 2006 - sticker ""Santa Clause"" Dec 2006 - sticker ""Santa Clause"" Dec 2007 - Jan 2008 - sticker ""Mega Mindy"" May - Oct 2009 - painted in ""Gran Canaria"" special colours Apr 2013
OO-TCJ (MSN 1787) Inspire
OO-TCK (MSN 343) Enjoy
OO-TCL (MSN 436)
OO-TCM (MSN 420)
OO-TCN (MSN 425) Dream - sticker ""Kim Clijster"" Apr 2010
OO-TCO (MSN 1306) Sensation
OO-TCP (MSN 653) Desire - painted in ""Kabouter Plop"" special colours Jun 2010
OO-TCQ (MSN 2114) - 19 May 2015 to Brussels Airlines
OO-TCR (MSN 453) Cookie
OO-TCT (MSN 1402) - Nov 2017 leased to VLM Arlines
OO-TCV (MSN 1968) - 6 Oct 2017 to Brussels Airlines
OO-TCW (MSN 1954)
OO-TCX (MSN 1381) - Nov 2017 leased to VLM Airlines


Deflected white display stand - Original printed box
Airline Color Scheme - Introduced 2013
Collectible Model Plane


Aircraft type: Airbus A320-212 - Airbus A320-214 - Airbus A320-231 - Airbus A320-232
Configuration: Y180
Engines: 2x IAE V2500-A1 - 2x CFMI CFM56-5B4/P - 2x CFMI CFM56-5A3 - 2x IAE V2527-A5
Dimensions: Lenght 37,57m - Wing span 34,09m - Height 11,76m


Country: Belgium
Airline Founded: 12 Dec 2001
Ceased operations: 27 Oct 2017
Base - Main Hub: Brussels National (Zaventem) (BRU / EBBR)


Brand: PPC
Colors: Black - Grey - Orange - Red - Silver - White - Yellow
Material: Synthetic
Condition: New
Dimensions (cm): Box: 4 x 6 x 23
Weight (g): 82


Thomas Cook Airlines Belgium was a Belgian leisure airline owned by the Thomas Cook Group. It operated scheduled flights to destinations throughout Europe and Africa from its base at Brussels Airport. The airline operated from 2002 until 2017.


The airline was established on 12 December 2001 by the Thomas Cook Group to serve the Belgian holiday market, and started operations on 13 March 2002. Until January 2004, flight tickets could only be purchased via travel agencies as part of package tours; since then individual seat reservations are also possible. The airline had several sister companies, Thomas Cook Airlines, Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia and Condor, all of which have a joint fleet management.


In March 2017, parent company Thomas Cook announced its intention to sell its Belgian operations to Lufthansa. Consequently, Thomas Cook Airlines Belgium was shut down by late October 2017 with two aircraft and all traffic rights being handed to Brussels Airlines. Its three remaining aircraft were to be relocated to Thomas Cook Airlines Belgium's sister companies. This would have led to the layoff of 40 non-flying staff members, but Dutch group SHS Aviation announced it would take over the flight licences, two of the three remaining aircraft, and the remaining 40 employees, and integrate them into a new airline, confusingly called ""VLM Airlines"" though no longer connected to the Antwerp VLM Airlines (since defunct), with the remaining single Airbus A320-200 transferred elsewhere within the Thomas Cook Group. This company has since been acquired from SHS Aviation by Dutch investors FS Aviation Management B.V.


The last flight of Thomas Cook Belgium was HQ1508 from Tenerife South Airport to Brussels Airport on 27 October 2017.


At the time of the closure, Thomas Cook Airlines Belgium was flying to 36 destinations in Cape Verde, Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia and several European countries.

Thomas Cook, (born November 22, 1808, Melbourne, Derbyshire, England - died July 18, 1892, Leicester, Leicestershire), English innovator of the conducted tour and founder of Thomas Cook and Son, a worldwide travel agency. Cook can be said to have invented modern tourism.


Cook left school at the age of 10 and worked at various jobs until 1828, when he became a Baptist missionary. In 1841 he persuaded the Midland Counties Railway Company to run a special train between Leicester and Loughborough for a temperance meeting on July 5. It was believed to have been the first publicly advertised excursion train in England. Three years later the railway agreed to make the arrangement permanent if Cook would provide passengers for the excursion trains. During the Paris Exposition of 1855, Cook conducted excursions from Leicester to Calais, France. The next year he led his first Grand Tour of Europe.


In the early 1860s he ceased to conduct personal tours and became an agent for the sale of domestic and overseas travel tickets. His firm took on military transport and postal services for England and Egypt during the 1880s. On his death the business passed to his only son, John Mason Cook (1834 - 1899), who had been his father's partner since 1864. The company passed to Cook's grandsons in 1899 and remained in the family until 1928. In 1972 the company was renamed Thomas Cook, and in 2001 it was wholly owned by Thomas Cook AG, one of the largest travel groups in the world.

Thomas Cook Airlines Belgium Scale 1-200 model Airbus A320-200

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