Wilmington, Del. — Sabre has entertained the idea of charging airlines lower prices for bookings made through NDC-compliant connections than it does for those made traditionally. The information emerged here Thursday during testimony at the United States of America v. Sabre trial.
According to evidence presented in the trial, American, Delta and United as of June 2019 were paying Sabre a weighted average of about $2.30 per segment for bookings using traditional protocols.
Inflation-adjusted rates paid have . . .