The last Czech tourists with crashed tour operator Tomi Tour have returned home. A Czech airlines plane brought the last 115 tourists back from Egypt on Tuesday morning. Around 3,200 Czechs who had booked with the tour operator were abroad when its collapse was announced on July 17. Most of the tourists were stranded in Turkey, Egypt and Spain. Holiday bookings were being taken minutes before the collapse was announced.
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