Travelport has hailed a "positive start" to the year with a 7% increase in revenue across the business for the first three months of 2017.
The company hit $651 million in revenue in Q1, up from $609 million in the same period in 2016.
Adjusted EBITDA also increased year-on-year by 9% to $169 million.
Beyond Air revenues climbed by 9% (compared to those for its air services at 7%) to $148 million.
Travelport says Asia-Pacific can be credited for its solid first months of the year, with an 18% increase in revenue in the region to $151 million.
That growth trajectory for the region is expected to continue throughout 2017 although Travelport chief executive Gordon Wilson says the company expects a "bit of a dampening" as Flight Centre moves to a rival GDS.
Europe increased by 4% and US by 1%.
The impact of Flight Centre is also likely to hit full-year results with Travelport estimating a 3-5% increase in net revenue, down from the 7% increase for the first quarter of 2017.
The sale of IGTS, of which Travelport held a 51% stake, also accounts for the lower guidance for the year.
Travelport continues to invest in other parts of the business including non-air content with a partnership signed with Ireland-based MobaCar, which provides connectivity to car rental companies.
Wilson describes the partnership as helping Travelport create something for car hire which is similar to Rooms and More, its alternative accommodation arm.
Travelport Digital, a business unit announced in September 2016 and consisting of Locomote and Mobile Travel Technologies, is also receiving investment.
Wilson says the unit, which is now headed by Niklas Andreen alongside his hospitality and advertising responsibilities, will continue to develop applications for agents and second tier airlines.
NB: Additional reporting by Linda Fox.