Amadeus took in almost €5 billion in revenue during 2017 after an 8.5% increase on the previous 12 months for the travel technology provider.
Specifically, the company took in €4.83 billion over the course of the year, up from €4.48 billion in 2016.
EBITDA increased by a similar figure (9.7%) to €1.87 billion.
The growth figures are down on those from the previous full-year results, with EBITDA climbing 16% and revenue at 14.3% in 2016 compared to 2015.
The biggest key metric increase came in passengers boarded through Amadeus partners, with a 19.8% increase to 1.66 billion from 1.39 billion.
Total bookings rose by 6.2% to 632.3 million - broken down to 568.4 million in air and 64 million in non-air via travel agencies.
Amadeus says it had a 43.9% share of the distributed bookings during 2017.
Western Europe still makes up the largest territorial segment for air bookings through Amadeus, with a 36.2% share (€206 million) - although it also experienced the lowest growth rate at 2%.
Asia Pacific is the fast growing region at 11.4% year over year to €108.6 million, with Latin America and North America following at 10% and 9% respectively.
The company's airline IT services (ALTEA hosting) saw a massive increase in passengers boarded in North America (up 171.9%), primarily due to Southwest's migration to the platform for domestic flights in the second quarter of 2017.
New customer Malaysia Airlines helped Asia Pacific passenger numbers increase by 17.3% during 2017. The region accounts for 30.4% of all passengers boarded on Amadeus, just 6.5% lower than Western Europe's share.
Amadeus says it expects to be Level 3 accredited as an aggregator for NDC-powered connectivity during 2018, after previously achieving Level 3 for IT services for the core platform and its Navitaire business.
President and CEO, Luis Maroto, says: "Considering the growth outlook for the travel traffic and the economy worldwide, as well as the positive trends underlying our business, we are confident that Amadeus will continue to show healthy growth in 2018."
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