Flight Centre's full year profit has increased by 43 per cent as it reaps the benefits of expansion around the world.
The travel company made a net profit of $200 million in the year to June 30, up from $139.8 million in the previous year.
Revenue was up nine per cent from the previous year to $13.2 billion.
Managing director Graham Turner on Tuesday said the company's presence in 10 countries gave it the diversity to overcome challenging economic conditions.
Flight Centre also benefited from its position in both the corporate and retail travel sectors, he said.
"Both sectors grew during 2011/12, but corporate growth was stronger as we consolidated our position as Australia's largest corporate travel manager and won market-share globally," Mr Turner said in a statement.
"We are also generating more income from overseas."
He forecast further profit growth in the 2012/13 financial year, as the company continued to expand its shop and online network.
As part of that growth, Flight Centre expected to employ an additional 100 sales staff and open its 2,500th store, Mr Turner said.
Profit before tax in 2012/13 was forecast to be between $305 million and $315 million, he said.
That compares to a pre-tax profit of $290.4 million in the 2011/13 financial year.
"If achieved, growth of this magnitude will represent a solid achievement for a business of our size and given the economic uncertainty," Mr Turner said.
The company declared a fully-franked final dividend of 71 cents per share, up from 48 cents for the same period in the previous year.