Amadeus officials have moved quickly to reassure potential investors and the Spanish markets that its IPO will go ahead as planned.
Reports earlier today suggested that number of the major mergers and IPOs planned for the next few weeks in Europe - including Amadeus - could be under pressure to complete following the disruption caused by the Icelandic volcanic ash cloud.
Concerns were raised after air travel in Europe ground to a halt as the ash cloud spread across Europe, with supposed dealmakers and other important figures left stranded in various corners of the continent, as well as North America and the Far East.
Amadeus has stressed the company is not under pressure to move its original opening day of trading on April 29 on the Spanish stock markets in Madrid, Valencia, Barcelona and Bilbao.
An official says meetings within the company and as part of the investor roadshow have continued via teleconference during the affected period since Thursday 15 April.
Amadeus has a number of large offices around Europe including its headquarters in Madrid, Spain, a development centre in Nice, France, and Erding in Germany for operations.