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EaseMyTrip Earned INR 85.7 Cr In Q3 FY22, Record INR 40 Cr In Profits

EaseMyTrip Earned INR 85.7 Cr In Q3 FY22, Record INR 40 Cr In Profits

EaseMyTrip’s total earnings from operations stood at INR 85.7 Cr in Q3 of FY22, a 51% jump from INR 56.6 Cr in Q2 of FY22

It posted a total of INR 34.9 Cr, a 50% rise from INR 23.2 Cr in Q2 of FY22, and 94% jump form Q3 of FY21

EaseMyTrip posted PAT of INR 40.2 Cr in Q3 Of FY22, a 48% jump from INR 27.2 Cr it posted in Q2

Riding on a strong festive season, online ticketing portal EaseMyTrip has posted a healthy earnings in Q3 of FY22 (Oct – Dec). The new age technology company has earned INR 85.7 Cr from operations in Q3 of FY22, a 51% rise from INR 56.6 Cr it posted in last quarter ending on September 30, 2021. 

This is also almost a 2X rise from INR 44 Cr it posted as operational revenue in Q3 of FY21. 

The company’s total earnings in Q3 of FY22 stood at INR 89 Cr, a rise from INR 59.8 Cr from last quarter. In the first nine months ending in December of FY22, revenue from operations of EaseMyTrip or (EMT) stood at INR 173.7  Cr, a significant jump from INR 72 Cr. 

The company in its press statement said that its gross booking revenue in Q3 of FY22 stood at INR 1,293 Cr, a 65% increase from INR 782.7 Cr, it posted during the same period last year. 

In Q3 of FY22, EMT saw its expense rise to INR 34.9 Cr, a 50% increase from INR 23.2 Cr the company posted in Q2 of FY22. It is further a 94% rise from INR 17.9 Cr the company witnessed during the same period in the last financial year i.e, FY21.

The company’s employee benefits expense rose to INR 6.4 Cr from INR 5 Cr in last quarter.  EMT spent INR 12.8 Cr in Q3 of FY22, a noticeable increase from INR 8.3 Cr it posted in last quarter. EMT has spent INR 4.6 Cr for the same cause in Q3 of FY21. 

The company continues to stay profitable in Q3 of FY22 with INR 40.2 Cr as profit after tax, a 47.7% increase from INR 27.2 Cr it witnessed in Q2 of FY21, and 80% jump from INR Q3 of FY21. 

In the first nine months of FY22 that is from April 2021 to December 2021, EMT’s PAT stood at INR 83.2 Cr. 

Air segment, which comprises flight tickets contributed most in EMT’s total revenue. Air passage contributed around INR 86.2 Cr, whereas hotel packages saw a decline in revenue of INR 49 Lakh. 

Founded in 2008 by Nishant Pitti and Rikant Pitti, EaseMyTrip was one of the early tech companies to get listed in 2021. The company went for INR 510 Cr IPO and  got listed on the domestic stock exchanges in March 2021

The platform allows its customers to book air, rail and bus tickets and hotel and holiday packages, besides other travel services. In the Indian market, EaseMyTrip competes with Yatra, MakeMyTrip and Cleartrip, among others. 

The company has been trying to strengthen its non-air business by acquiring smaller companies in the last quarter. In November, it had acquired Spree Hotels & Real Estate (Spree Hospitality) for INR 18.25 Cr to expand its footprint in hotel and holiday businesses. 

In the following month, the company announced its acquisition of a bus-mobility tech startup YoloBus. EaseMyTrip’s rival ixigo, which is operated by Le Travenues Technology is also heading for an IPO this year, and has already received an approval for INR 1,600 Cr IPO.