[CORRECTION, Aug. 21: Our fact-checking process failed to uncover the fact that nine years ago, Lufthansa was not one of the airlines on whose segments global distribution system firms in the United States started paying lower incentives to travel management companies. This article has been updated, and we apologize for the error.]
A month before Lufthansa Group will add 16 euro to fares booked through GDSs, many think the company is bluffing. They expect the parties to settle on terms and return the status quo. But what . . .