Peer-to-peer travel money provider WeSwap gives commentary on the future of package holidays after the fall of Thomas Cook
Easyjet plans to move into the empty space which the collapse of Thomas Cook gave way to by launching its own package holiday business just before Christmas.
The news comes shortly after Ryanair boss, Michael O’Leary, announced that the package holiday is dead after Thomas Cook’s collapse left 600,000 holidaymakers stranded. In light of this, WeSwap, the world’s first peer-to-peer travel money provider would be keen to provide commentary on the future of the package holiday experience.
Currently going through a period of upscaling and investment, WeSwap plan to revitalise the whole end-to-end holiday booking experience and believe that the package holiday is not in fact dead, but is about to be completely revitalised with the help of AI.