TUI revealed “record” revenue of €3.6bn ($3.9bn) for the second quarter of 2024 – an increase of 16% over the prior year quarter. This was accompanied by a uplift in underlying group EBIT by €54 million to a loss of €189 million in the typically weaker quarter of the year. TUI disclosed that 2.8 million guests travelled on holiday with the company in the reporting period, 14% more than in the previous year – however the average load factor of 93% was flat compared to the previous year. TUI’s Q2 earnings also show that Winter 2023/24 period finished “strongly”, and

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