Amadeus secured revenue of over €1.4 billion in the first quarter of this year, following an increase of 15% over the same period in 2018.
The Spain-based travel technology provider also scored an 11% rise in EBITDA to €600 million year-over-year.
Its IT solutions division contributed the biggest chunk of growth to the overall business in the first three months of 2019, with a 31% jump in revenue to €570 million from €434.5 million.
Subscribe to our newsletter below
Income from distribution activities climbed by a more modest 6% to €840 million during the quarter.
Travel agency bookings through the Amadeus global distribution system increased by 2%, fuelled by a significant increase of 15% in North America and making it now the second biggest region for the company.
The overall growth figure in air bookings was offset by a 13% decline in Asia Pacific following the suspension of Jet Airways in India and, according to the earnings statement, elections in the same country.
Western Europe remains the largest territory for Amadeus with 57.5 million air bookings in Q1 2019 (up 2%), with Asia Pacific the third biggest.
Travel agency bookings for air products still make up the vast majority of the company's overall passenger metrics at 162.6 million during the reporting period.
Non-air bookings came in at 17.2 million.
The company says travel agency air bookings are continuing to slow on an industry-wide scale (0% growth compared to 1% in the final three months of 2018).
It also cites the acquisition of TravelClick in August 2018 as providing a boost to its new business segments, such as hospitality IT.