The TUI group is going up the slope well! This is a good sign for the profession

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Overall, 3.3 million customers went on vacation with TUI in the first quarter of 2023. This is one million more than the same period last year, but still 400,000 less than in 2019. TUI was able to significantly increase its sales to 3.8 billion euros. This is an increase of 37% compared to the previous year and even more than in 2019. The group is still in loss but half as much as in 2019

Strong growth in Germany and the United Kingdom

The start of the new year saw significant booking momentum with record numbers of online booking days in the UK and Germany. Overall volumes for the last four weeks are now above pre-pandemic levels at +5% for winter 2022/23 and +10% for summer 2023, with higher prices, underlining the popularity of our product offering and testifying to the importance of travel for our customers.

Sebastian Ebel

Rigorous optimism

TUI CEO Sebastian Ebel is optimistic: “The rapid implementation of the strategy is paying off. At the same time, we are seeing encouraging booking momentum for summer 2023, especially in recent weeks. These two elements reinforce our expectations: we want our adjusted profit for the full year 2023 to be a significant increase. »

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