Revenues came in at €326 million in the first six months of this year, a drop of 12 percent from the same period last year when Covid-19 first hit. That is a 38-percent drop from the pre-pandemic level in 2019.
Net losses swelled to €123 million, compared to €88 million in the first six months of last year.
That also surpassed the €113-million loss it suffered in 2020 as a whole.
The company said the results reflected “the effects of the pandemic as well as by the new administrative formalities for Brexit.”
It said traffic by high-speed Eurostar train service was “severely disrupted as a result of government travel restrictions” as were other passenger services through the tunnel.
Eurostar services suffered a 96 percent drop in traffic from the 2019 pre-pandemic level to just over 200,000 passengers.
Eurostar had been teetering on the brink of bankruptcy, but secured a €290 million bailout in May.
The decline in car traffic was 78 percent and coach traffic 87 percent.
Meanwhile, the company said lorry traffic, which was “impacted over the first three months of the year due to stockpiling before the end of the (Brexit) transition period at the end of December and the adaptation to new administrative formalities, picked up in the second quarter.”
Lorry traffic dipped by just 3 percent from the level in the first half of 2020, with a 21 percent drop in the first quarter followed by a 23 percent gain. It was still down 20 percent from the pre-pandemic level in the first half of 2019, however.
The company said it was impossible to provide any performance forecasts “as long as the governments fail to take a stable long-term position on international travel restrictions”.