The Spanish company has seen its share prices fall 60% since its flotation, from 10.25 euro a share to 3.14 euro a share at the close of markets today. Last week's quarterly conference call - a much-delayed report for earnings closed through June - failed to instill confidence in investors. While the company reported a profit of 3.1 million euro, that was a net income loss of 66% compared to 9.1 million euro in the same period of the previous year. The IPO troubles are not unique to eDreams Odigeo. BravoFly Rumbo - a Swiss online travel agency - has seen share prices fall since its IPO this year. And the easyHotel IPO also only fetched about half its expected amount. Get the full story at Tnooz