Voyageurs du Monde is back to nearly 65% ​​of 2019 levels

The development of the epidemic, particularly fall 2020 and spring 2021, along with very few accessible countries, significantly disrupted activity in the first half of 2021The press release confirms.

Unlike in 2020, the group recorded “Very few flights departing” in the first quarter of 2021 andOnly a few last minute registrations made it possible to ensure a flow of post-containment activity over the course of May and June 2021.”

From May, the recovery has been felt in the summer, with the exception of entities based in the UK.

Since mid-September, The group has returned to a more sustainable level of sales, accounting for nearly 65% ​​of sales made at the same time in 2019.

“The various structures of the Group are committed to adapting the working hours of the teams according to the opening of the destinations and taking into account the level of demand recorded in constant progress. The main structures of the Group are in place. Prolonged partial activity (APLD) which replaces the partial activity cost. Aid at fixed costs will not be replenished in the second half of the year.”

In this context, Voyageurs du Monde expects 2021 sales to be higher than the previous year and The result is close to equilibrium.

The group adds:in 2022, The pace of the country’s opening For foreign tourists will determine the level of sales. If the opening of long-term destinations is confirmed, then during 2022 a return to the trend of sales could be possible at a level similar to that of 2019. Under these conditions and unless the epidemic resumes, The level of activity in 2022 is expected to be much higher than in 2021.

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