"If our business continues to perform along these lines, we will comfortably meet our 2011 targets," Amadeus Chief Financial Officer Ana de Pro told Reuters in a telephone interview. Spain-based Amadeus said in February it was targeting between 4 and 6 percent growth in its reservations business and between 5 and 8 percent growth in revenues at its IT division. Earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) rose 6.8 percent to 291.4 million euros in the first quarter, beating a forecast for 285.3 million in a Reuters poll. Get the full story at Reuters