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U.S.: American Airlines pushes for “fair settlement” with Sabre

 |  October 14, 2012

American Airlines has reiterated claims it wants to reach a “fair settlement” with Sabre in the upcoming antitrust trial on 22 October. The case centers on the long-running saga of claims and counter-claims between American Airlines and Sabre over American’s move to provide flight information directly to travel agents, using its famed Direct-Connect model, rather than going through the the global distribution systems. Hearings have been pushed back fairly regularly throughout 2012 as both sides have poured over one another’s agreements and contracts, the news source reports.

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