Amadeus is a technology company dedicated to the world’s travel industry, providing advanced technology solutions for customer groups such as travel providers (e.g. airlines, hotels, rail and ferry operators, etc.), travel sellers (travel agencies and websites), and travel buyers (corporations and travel management companies).
We offer cutting-edge technology solutions that help key players in the travel industry succeed in their business, and shape the future of travel moving forward.
And we do it on a truly global scale. In 2017 Amadeus processed more than 630 million bookings. Together with Navitaire, our systems boarded 1.6 billion passengers.
In 2017, Forbes magazine recognized us as one of the world’s top 15 software companies, and Amadeus has been included to the Dow Jones Sustainability Index for five years in a row. We are the only travel technology company in the 2017 DJSI - a key recognition of our commitment to business sustainability, environmental and social practices in all of our operations.
We are a truly multinational enterprise, with headquarters in Madrid, Spain. We are near to our customers with a network of commercial offices, key sites and technology sites.
Amadeus now delivers services from many locations, including a privately owned data centre, private cloud in remote locations and public cloud.
A big part of our success is explained by our local presence in virtually every one of the world’s travel markets – more than the countries in which the UN operates. We understand and serve the needs of travellers and travel businesses everywhere.
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