Shares in travel companies have rising sharply this morning following the demise of Thomas Cook.
TUI is leading the FTSE 100 gainers, with its share price up nearly 10% at 924.2p.
International Consolidated Airlines Group, the owner of British Airways, saw it share price rise by 1.5% at 485.4p.
easyJet's stock jumped by 6.2% to £11.23.
EasyJet said this morning: "We are sorry to see the news about Thomas Cook and appreciate the anxiety that their customers will be facing now.
“EasyJet is working with the CAA to provide a fully crewed A320 aircraft to support the repatriation efforts over the coming days.
“Customers can find out how to book on to the repatriation flights through the CAA website."
The FTSE 100 is trading 0.34% lower at 7,319.85. The FTSE 250 is off 0.52% at 20,064.10.