Flix journeys up 53% on 2022
Journeys made on transport technology specialist Flix‘s services has risen dramatically since last year, according to its half-year figures for the first six months of 2023.
From January until the end of June 2023, more than 36 million passengers worldwide travelled with FlixBus, FlixTrain, Greyhound, and Kamil Koç, equivalent to a 53% increase versus 2022. The total revenue of the Flix group amounts to €860 million, reflecting an increase of 54% compared to €557 million between January and June 2022. This means the first half year of 2023 has been the most successful first half year in the company’s history. Flix also reported an adjusted EBITDA result of €26 million, an increase of €85 million compared to the previous year and a corresponding margin of 3%.
André Schwämmlein, CEO and co-founder of Flix, said: “Flix is successfully delivering sustainable and profitable growth. We are on track in all segments and were able to significantly expand our offer in many markets in the first half year. Flix continues to be a global travel tech success story.”
In Europe Flix carried over 24 million passengers and announced growth of passenger volume of 75% compared to the same period in the previous year. Revenues amounted to €477 million, representing a growth of 91%. In June alone, over 2,000 European stops were connected to the Flix network. With the first lines to Finland and Greece, the whole continental EU mainland is connected to the Flix network.