Irish travel agency sees revenue soar by 10 per cent

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer @whytebarry
30th August, 2015
Liam Lonergan

Business is booming for Irish travel agency Club Travel, with its revenues jumping 10 per cent in the year ending October 2014.

But while the rise in revenue, from €80 million to €88.2 million, according to recent accounts, boosted gross profits by 6 per cent from €7.6 million to €8 million, the company’s net profit for the year was down from €2.8 million to €2.4 million, the accounts show.

Meanwhile, the company’s directors – including founder...

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