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Friday, June 5, 2020

Q2.2020 - Amadeus: Eyeing A Rebound Opportunity


  • Amadeus is a global market leader in high-barrier and mission-critical airline GDS and IT sectors. Most world major airlines are customers.
  • It generated a €3.1 billion of revenue from its airline GDS business in 2019, having processed over 646 million of air bookings globally.
  • The COVID-19 impact on the travel industry has temporarily weakened its fundamentals and shares price, which creates a good entry point.

Amadeus (OTCMKTS: AMADY) (BME: AMS) is a global leader in the travel and tourism Global Distribution System/GDS space. The GDS is a computer reservation system that sources real-time travel inventory data such as flights or room availability from travel providers (airlines, hotels, and others), which will then be consumed by the travel sellers (online/offline travel agents, metasearch, and others). The company has a strong moat and fundamentals. Almost all of the major online travel and hospitality players around the world are Amadeus' clients, and given the ~ €10 billion of TAM opportunity, the company's latest +€5.6 billion of revenue means it has secured over 50% of the market. Profitability has been strong as earnings, EPS (Earnings Per Share), and DPS (Dividend Per Share) growth have been consistent.

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