Passengers are seen at Mallorca Airport after Thomas Cook collapsed stranding hundreds of thousands of holidaymakers around the globe, in Palma de Mallorca, Spain, on Monday. Reuters
Cook, 29, is on the island of Rhodes with his partner Amelia Binch, 27, and their two children ahead of their planned wedding on Friday.
But they worry the ceremony may not go ahead while they wait to be repatriated, while some guests are still in Britain, the Nottingham Post newspaper reported.
"Thomas Cook promised us a surprise on our wedding because of my name but this was not the surprise we were expecting," he told the paper.
The couple, from the town of Hucknall near Nottingham in central England, said they had spent almost £10,000 on a wedding package with Thomas Cook.
"I am just devastated. We have got 30 plus friends and family coming out, half are stuck at home in limbo. My best man is still in England. No one here knows anything," Cook said.
"I have been planning this for two years and it has all gone to pot. We have paid for everything. It is shattering. We don't know what we can do."
The travel group collapsed into bankrupcy on Monday, leaving around 600,000 holidaymakers stranded.
The British government is planning to bring home around 150,000 Britons stuck abroad, in the country's biggest repatriation since World War II.
The firm ran hotels, resorts and airlines for 19 million people a year in 16 countries. It currently has 600,000 people abroad, forcing governments and insurance companies to coordinate a huge rescue operation.
The British Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) said 25 flights are scheduled to fly on Thursday to return another 5,000 people to the country in the tenth day of the repatriation operation following
British travel firm Thomas Cook collapsed on Monday, leaving some 600,000 holidaymakers stranded and sparking the UK’s biggest repatriation since World War II.
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