Travel Counsellors notch another record month for sales

Sunday, May 08, 2022 0

Travel Counsellors achieved another month of record-breaking performance in April.

In April 2022, UK leisure sales performed at 136% compared to 2019 levels and corporate bookings outperformed at 133%.

Also, 137 Travel Counsellors (TCs) had their best ever sales month in April with nine of them each amassing over £200,000 in bookings.

One Gold TC (one of Travel Counsellors’ highest-selling business owners) booked more than 200 trips last month, achieving over £1.3m in sales – the biggest ever in Travel Counsellors’ 28 year history.

The findings from a recent Travel Counsellors customer survey show that half of respondents are planning two or more holidays abroad this year; with a quarter of respondents willing and able to spend more on their getaways.

Steve Byrne, CEO at Travel Counsellors, said: “We are delighted to see that the desire and demand for travel remains high – and that many of our TCs are continuing to experience their best ever months on record.”

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Ray Monty



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