Expedia Team has documented a decline of $2.69 billion, or $19 a share, for financial 2020 as the Covid-19 pandemic took a massive toll on travel.
The organization recorded $5.2 billion in profits, compared with earnings of $6.15 a share on revenue of $12 billion in 2019.
Gross bookings at the online giant fell 66 for every cent, and income declined 57 per cent in 2020.
Bookings and income each plunging 67 per cent in the fourth quarter, suggesting a recovery might however be some way off.
The firm described a fourth-quarter reduction of $412 million, or $2.89 a share, as opposed with internet cash flow of $76 million, or 52 cents a share, in the calendar year-in the past interval.
“The fourth quarter introduced indications of hope in the form of vaccine approvals, but increasing scenarios across the globe and rolling shutdowns of many vacation markets designed an effects,” reported Expedia chief government, Peter Kern.
“As a result, quarter four did not present any genuine sequential progress other than some indications of modest improvement all-around the holiday seasons that carried into the early part of 2021.”