Technology Amadeus completes acquisition of Navitaire By Jamie Biesiada / January 26, 2016 Share 1 -- Amadeus has completed its $830 million acquisition of Navitaire, the former airline services division of Accenture. Navitaire provides revenue management, ancillary sales, reservations and loyalty program management for low-cost carriers. According to Amadeus, it has a global customer base of over 50 airlines.“This addition of Navitaire is an important step for Amadeus, broadening our product portfolio and know-how in the aviation industry,” Amadeus CEO Luis Maroto said in a statement.Navitaire will be a business line within Amadeus’ airline information technology unit, and its brand will be maintained. The company will now be called “Navitaire, an Amadeus company.”Amadeus said Navitaire’s products and solutions will complement its Altea product for larger airlines. The two products portfolios will be marketed and sold separately.Navitaire’s senior management team, including CEO David Evans, will transfer to Amadeus, as will its 550 employees. Amadeus said it has received all regulatory approvals, including competition clearance in the United States, European Union and Brazil.