Thomas Cook collapse: Travel agent's shops shut around Edinburgh
All three of Thomas Cook's shops in Edinburgh have shut following the collapse of the company.
The travel firm, one of the world's biggest, collapsed overnight on Sunday due to a failure to secure £200m to keep the company afloat.
The company has three shops in the Capital, on Hanover Street, at Cameron Toll and the Gyle.
Around 40 aircraft from as far away as Malaysia have been chartered to operate approximately 1,000 flights over the next two weeks.
Most of the flights will be from European airports, but customers will also be brought home from Thomas Cook's long-haul destinations such as those in the US, the Caribbean and Cuba.