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AA-Sabre Lawsuit: Can Air Travel Comparison Shopping And Retailing Play Nice?

Sabre on Friday rejected American Airlines’ claims that the GDS operator’s new airline shopping display biases against the carrier and breaches their contract. In their…

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Under New Agreement, Sabre Will ‘Motivate’ TMCs To Sell ‘Higher-Value’ Delta Products

Under Delta’s new, three-year full content agreement with Sabre, the airline will pay the global distribution system provider more for bookings that bring in more…

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Richer Info, Tighter Integration, Acquisitions Propel Corporate Online Booking Technology

Delivering Covid-related info in the booking path is a challenge that may perpetuate outsized reliance on human support, but tech is the long-term answer. Booking…

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Finding The Logic In Airfare Policies

The question of what’s logical in a lowest logical airfare policy has always had more than one answer. There’s much more now for program managers…

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Sabre Sees An ‘Inflection Point’ On Ancillaries Via Travel Management Companies

Air Canada since September has been selling paid seats through Sabre. It began listing its branded fares there in April and now distributes its full…

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Egencia Bags Incremental Advance On Ancillaries

[UPDATE, June 10: Amadeus clarified comments on NDC, which may have given some readers the wrong impression. This article contains revised quotes.] Egencia in March…

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Sabre To Deliver AA’s Paid Seats Starting Feb. 2

[UPDATE, Feb. 4: Sabre announced that AA’s Preferred and Main Cabin Extra Seat now are available in the Sabre global distribution system. A Sabre official…

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