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American Airlines and Sabre bow to court schedule and extend agreement into 2012

09/02/2011| 10:15:57 AM| 中文

Distribution Armageddon delayed — American Airlines and Sabre have agreed to extend their full-content agreement, for practical purposes, “well into 2012,” the airline says.

Distribution Armageddon delayed — American Airlines and Sabre have agreed to extend their full-content agreement, for practical purposes, “well into 2012,” the airline says.

American Airlines issued a statement today saying the two parties agreed Aug. 29 that they would extend their agreement until 14 days after a Texas state court decides the airline’s antitrust claim against Sabre.

“No trial date has yet been set, but we anticipate that the proceedings could last well into 2012,” says Ryan Mikolasik, a spokesman for American Airlines. “This agreement ensures continued access to American’s content through the Sabre GDS as we continue to pursue our claims in court.”

Read full story at: http://www.tnooz.com/2011/08/30/news/american-airlines-and-sabre-bow-to-court-schedule-and-extend-agreement-into-2012/

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