Posted December 9, 2015

Judge Decides US Airways Can Amend Complaint Against Sabre

The judge overseeing US Airways' years-long antitrust lawsuit against Sabre will let the airline amend its complaint against the global distribution system operator, provided it reimburses Sabre for expenses related to the airline's "procedural jockeying" this year. Read More »
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Posted March 19, 2015

'In Lockstep': US Airways Court Filings Allege Rampant GDS Collusion

Suggestions that the major global distribution systems have been engaged in illegal collusion have floated around for a while. There were references in the antitrust lawsuits American Airlines pursued against Sabre and Travelport and comments by airline representatives as the industry debated IATA's New Distribution Capability, not to mention the U.S. Department of Justice's seemingly dormant antitrust probe. Read More »
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