Coronakrisen has hit the Tivoli hard.
An expectation for significantly fewer guests get Tivoli to wait a deficit of 150-200 million dkk in 2020. It enlightens the park, in an interim report.
Tivoli had to through the spring to postpone the opening of the old garden several times, and it has claimed that both the swings and the roundabouts have been quite quiet.
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Also the many tourists, they are not able to come to Copenhagen, has been felt.
In a communication from the company it can be seen that the turnover has been on the 163,1 million against 400,3 million last year. This is a decrease of around 59 percent.
'the Framework conditions for Tivoli's business is because of the COVID-19 and the extensive social restrictions significantly impaired, and therefore, Tivoli financially very hard hit by the Coronakrisen. It is in a high degree the staggered opening, the ban on large gatherings, 6-day rule for tourists and they are generally fewer tourists in Copenhagen, which affects The activity level of the negatively - while at the same time COVID-19 also increases The costs for the security and hygienic measures. Even though the crisis has great negative economic consequences for the Tivoli, it remains The ambition to deliver breathtaking gæsteoplevelser at a high level of service, in accordance with what you expect of Tivoli gardens – at the same time throughout the stay in Tivoli takes place in a secure and clearly a safe environment, says chief financial officer, Andreas Morthorst, in the message.
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Unfortunately for Tivoli, see the hardship is not to be over yet.
Of the interim financial report, it appears that the 'Tivoli also in the rest of the year in the unusual degree will be affected by restrictions on the bl.a. larger gatherings and a significant withdrawal of international tourists in Copenhagen (which usually amounts to approx. 1/3 part of the Tivoli's guests), making the Tivoli a downgrade of the outlook to 2020.
the Tivoli's total gæstetal is now expected to be approximately 50 percent of the normal level, and Tivoli therefore expects a loss before tax for the entire 2020 in the level of 150-200 million dollars', as it says.