Webjet shares are going nuts, up 19%

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Shares in Webjet are soaring after the online travel booking site posted a record 27% rise in full year profit to $22.2 million.

A short time ago, they were up 19% to $9.59.

Overall revenue increased by 29% to $155.3 million. Webjet has now reported 27 months of consecutive record top line revenue growth.

Webjet declared a final dividend of 8 cents a share, a 10.3% increase.

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