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Even Without Abacus Acquisition, Sabre Bookings Surged In Q3

Sabre reported a nearly 30 percent year-over-year rise in global distribution system bookings for the three months ending Sept. 30, though much of that stemmed from the July 1 completion of its Abacus acquisition. Stripping out its now wholly owned Asia/Pacific distribution business, Sabre Travel Network reported a 6.5 percent year-over-year rise in bookings worldwide, including a 6 percent increase in North America bookings.
INTERVIEW: American Airlines' Leibman Outlines Post-Merger Priorities

INTERVIEW: American Airlines' Leibman Outlines Post-Merger Priorities

Following the successful integration of US Airways into Sabre’s reservation system last year, American Airlines begins 2016 with the bulk of its merger—from a customer-facing standpoint, at least—behind it. Chief information officer Maya Leibman spoke with The Beat’s Michael B. Baker about what still needs to be done to complete the integration, as well as the carrier’s technology priorities once it clears the reservations milestone.

Hackers Swipe Credit Card Data From Radisson Guests

Radisson Hotels & Resorts said its computer systems were hacked and advised guests who stayed at the brand from last November to May to check their credit card statements as their card numbers may have been stolen.

Hackers, Privacy Invasion And The Russian Mafia: Best Western Denies Security Compromise

Scotland's The Sunday Herald reported that hackers tapped into Best Western's central reservation system, accessing “private information including home addressees, telephone numbers, credit card details and place of employment” of “every single customer who has booked into one of Best Western’s 1,312 continental hotels since 2007.”