MakeMyTrip logs record $18.6 mn in profit amid robust travel demand in Q1FY24


Travel demand for both leisure and business travel witnessed strong growth during the quarter leading to all-time high gross bookings in the company’s history, it said in a statement.

For Q1 FY24, gross bookings grew by 31.4 per cent (on-year) in constant currency to $2 billion.

EBITDA was $25.9 million, witnessing a growth of 131.7 per cent YoY. Adjusted Operating Profit was $30.1 million, as compared to $16.5 million in Q1FY23 — registering a growth of 83 per cent YoY.

“We have started the new financial year on a positive note, delivering our strongest ever quarter with all-time high gross bookings and profits. Travel demand across customer segments stayed robust in a seasonally strong quarter for leisure travel,” said Rajesh Magow, Group Chief Executive Officer, MakeMyTrip.

“The depth of travel-related offerings and quality customer experience that we deliver, powered by robust technology and product innovations, along with our strong brand are helping us cater to the evolving consumer preferences and stay ahead of the market,” he added.

The company earlier reported that gross bookings for the last fiscal year FY23 grew by 122 per cent (year-on-year) to reach $6.6 billion with adjusted operating profit at $70.3 million, a growth of 203 per cent (YoY) and highest-ever for the company.

MakeMyTrip had said that the loss for FY23 was $11.2 million as compared to $45.6 million in FY22, being a reduction of $34.4 million.



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