The operators of the €280 million Center Parcs holiday resort last year recorded pre-tax losses totalling €18.2m due to Covid-19 enforced shutdowns.
That is according to new accounts for Center Parcs Ireland Ltd which show that the Co Longford resort last year sustained a €22.8m revenue hit due to Covid-19 enforced closures.
The accounts show that the Center Parcs holiday village was open for two periods in the year under review - from July 13 to October 6 2020 and from December 18 to December 27 2020.
The daily revenues work out at €114,893 per day over the 94 days of opening.
In total, revenues declined by 68% from €33.6m to €10.8m in the 12 months to April 22nd 2021.
Bron en hele artikel: RTE