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Travelport’s Strong Performance

Travelport’s net profit increased nine percent year-on-year to USD606 million in the second quarter. The technology expert's operating income stood at USD38 million, a net loss of USD14 million, air revenue on the

other hand rose six percent to USD426 million, while adjusted earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) improved one percent to USD139 million.

Deeming the company's performance strong, Gordon Wilson, CEO Travelport, explained, "We continue to benefit from recent customer implementations and product innovations, driving revenue growth across our platform and in international regions where growth was 15 percent."

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