Revenues at Saga are soaring thanks to a rebound in demand for cruises and holidays.
The over-50s group said sales have been boosted by the bounceback in demand for getaways since the lifting of pandemic restrictions, with the group pencilling in a revenue rise of between 40 per cent and 50 per cent on last year’s £377.2million.
The woes in its insurance division saw it warn over profits last autumn.
It slashed its outlook for full-year pre-tax profits to between £20million and £30million, down from the £35million and £50million for the previous year’s guidance.
Saga said its travel business was set to see revenues increase tenfold from the previous year. Bookings for cruises and touring trips for 2023-24 are strong, it added.
Euan Sutherland, chief executive, said: ‘Overall, we are well-placed to continue our growth.’
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