Airbnb’s Irish arm reports a 48% rise in revenues

Company incurred a $15.6 million corporation tax charge in 2022 after generating pre-tax profits of $98.4m

Airbnb established its European headquarters in Dublin a decade ago. It now employs 380 people locally

Airbnb’s Irish arm generated revenues of $4.2 billion last year, up 48 per cent on the €2.8 billion recorded a year earlier.

Newly-filed accounts for Airbnb Ireland Unlimited Company, whose activities covers the firm’s activities outside of the US, shows pre-tax profits fell to $98.4 million fro $121.9 million.

The company incurred a $15.6 million corporation tax charge.

Revenues for Airbnb Ireland are derived from service fees as a percentage of a booking made on ...