Sabre As A Monopoly: An Antitrust Theory Core To US Air Case

One of two antitrust claims now being heard by a jury in Manhattan is that Sabre is a monopolist that wields its dominant power to control pricing and exclude competition. Forget Amadeus. Forget Travelport. Forget other booking outlets like airline websites. Sabre, in opening arguments from American Airlines' counsel, is a monopoly in a market of one.

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