Thomas Cook Airlines UK plans to create two new engineering hubs at Glasgow and Birmingham. The company already maintains its own aircraft at Manchester, Stansted, Gatwick and Newcastle. "Our departures from Glasgow and Birmingham have grown considerably over the past few years and we felt it was the right time to take control of maintenance rather than subcontract this work," said Engineering Director Chris Hubbard. Thomas Cook Airlines UK currently has three aircraft based at Glasgow ...

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