For the year ended 31st December 2015, the Virgin Atlantic Group is reporting a profit before tax and exceptional items[1] of £22.5m. This represents an improvement of £10.1m on the previous year’s result when adjusted for IFRS reporting and is driven by growth at both Virgin Atlantic and Virgin Holidays.

Virgin Holidays performed strongly and made a substantial contribution to this result, with a profit before tax and exceptional items of £10.9m, (a £5m year on year improvement which accounts for almost half of the overall profit figure.)

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