The operator of the €280m Center Parcs holiday resort has this year enjoyed average revenues of more than €1.1m per week as it has recovered from Covid-19 enforced shut-downs.
New accounts filed by Center Parcs Ireland Ltd show that the Co Longford resort's revenues increased almost six fold from €10.8m to €57.8m in the 12 months to the end of April 21 this year.
The surge in revenues resulted in the company recording pre-tax profits of €8.1m following a pre-tax loss of €18.2m in fiscal 2021 - a positive swing of €26.3m.
The resort first opened to the public in July 2019 and this year has been the resort's first time to record a pre-tax profit due to the pandemic impact over the prior two years.
Bron en hele artikel: RTE