First Choice Holidays reports losses of £41.m

First Choice Holidays has reported losses of £41.m before tax for the six months to April 30 – a reduction of 11 per cent on last year’s loss of £49.

First Choice Holidays has reported losses of &£41.m before tax for the six months to April 30 – a reduction of 11 per cent on last year’s loss of &£49.5m. Group turnover for the period was &£756.1m compared with &£725.8m for the same period last year.

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