The Sabre spokesperson said the New York-based airline gets less than one tenth of 1 percent of total air bookings in the GDS. 'So we expect very little impact,' he said. 'They have participated minimally in the GDSs overall and their fares were booked by a very small number of agency customers. Most of the time, there are competitive alternative options on one of the other airlines in the Sabre GDS on markets served by JetBlue.'
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