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March 2022

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  • Epic Code:
  • OTB
  • Price:
  • 220p
After 18 months of COVID-affected trading, OTB’s AGM said group sales since the start of the financial year, including the period affected by Omicron, are down 2% vs FY19 (up 389% vs FY21). However, over the last four weeks group sales are up 50% vs FY19. Early bookings for Summer 2022 have seen particular strength in higher value, premium hotels especially in the Eastern Med. Long haul sales also account for 9% of sales (FY19: 2%). The Group's B2B businesses, Classic Collection and Classic Package Holidays, traded well and are up 35% on FY19. Brand investment continues to see OTB take market share. This includes offering a differentiated customer experience with fast track and free departure lounges. In addition, it has increased ...

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