Travelport, owner of the Galileo and Worldspan GDSs, earned $66 million in the second quarter, down 19.5% from $82 million a year earlier. The company said income declined due to an increase in cost of revenue. Travelport’s revenue was up 2%, to $530 million, as a result of a $6 million increase in transaction-processing revenue in the Europe and Asia-Pacific regions. Travelport said revenue decreased in the Americas, the Middle East and Africa. Get the full story at Travel Weekly Read also "Travelport: GDS share gains at Priceline" at Tnooz, and "Amadeus posts higher profits on rise in global air travel."