Hotel and flight reservation website operators Wotif.com Holdings (ASX:WTF) has announced that its net profit grew 34% to $27.6 million in 1H10.
Revenue grew 19% to $69.7 million, while ebitda grew 24% to $41.3 million.
The company said it sold 3.7 million room nights, for the first time processing over half a billion dollars worth of accommodation bookings in a half-year period. Flight bookings increased 16%.
Wotif now receives over 7.5 million visitors to the site, and makes more than 315,000 bookings, each month.
WTF shares have today risen 5.94% to $6.69.
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