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Hotelplan Group generated sales of CHF 1’731 million, representing an increase of 20.6 % on the previous year. Revenue increased across all business units.

Hotelplan Group can look back on a very successful 2022/2023 financial year. With sales of CHF 1’731 million, it exceeded the previous year’s result by 20.6 %. Compared with the last pandemic-free financial year (2018/2019), sales were up by 45.7 %.

All business units continued to benefit from pent-up demand following the pandemic.

Bookings boom and record result

All business units continued to benefit from pent-up demand following the pandemic. There was a significant increase in demand for customised travel packages from Hotelplan Suisse’s two specialist brands travelhouse and tourisme pour tous. Hotelplan Suisse generated sales of CHF 228 million (+44 % compared with previous year).

Travel with Hotelplan, Migros Ferien and vtours was also very popular. There was a boom in bookings again for beach holidays and city breaks in particular. The Volume Tour Operating division generated sales of CHF 858 million, representing an increase of 22 % compared with the previous year.

The holiday home agency Interhome Group posted a record year again with sales of CHF 390 million (+5.1 % compared with previous year). This increase was partly attributable to improvements in the quality of the holiday homes portfolio.

The British subsidiary Hotelplan UK also posted a strong result for the financial year, with sales coming in at CHF 239 million (+32.9 % compared with previous year). Similarly, the business travel providers bta first travel and Finass Reisen also saw sales increase considerably, thanks to a significant influx of new customers.

Hotelplan Group continued to consistently implement its holistic sustainability strategy.

Further progress in the area of sustainability

Hotelplan Group continued to consistently implement its holistic sustainability strategy in the reporting year, focusing on the three pillars of One Planet, People & Places and Responsible Business. This included establishing a process to halve greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 and achieve the climate target of net zero. In addition, the sale of sustainable aviation fuel was heavily promoted.

As part of People & Places, Hotelplan Group made CHF 10 million available to fund sustainability projects at partner companies. In the area of Responsible Business, the focus was on making workplaces and locations more sustainable, and on providing training and development opportunities for employees.

Financial results Travel

in CHF million



Change in %

Net revenue from goods and services sold



20.6 %

Other operating income



–22.0 %

Total income



20.4 %

Earnings before financial income and taxes



2.5 %

Segment assets




Investments in long-term assets








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