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To Proceed with Lawsuit, US Airways Must Pay Sabre $6 Million

The judge presiding over US Airways’ antitrust lawsuit against Sabre told the carrier that it can proceed with its case only if it agrees to pay Sabre more than $6 million to cover legal costs.

Congress Mulls Bill to Stop Fraudulent Online Hotel Booking Sites

A bipartisan bill filed on Wednesday is designed to keep online booking sites honest.

Sabre Revs Up for Further Growth in 2016

In a positive earnings call, Sabre promises the “next big release” of Sabre Red Workspace will support ancillary and branded fare sales, enhance hotel capabilities, and offer revenue-optimization tools.

U.K. Group Claims Big Drop in Lufthansa Market Share

The U.K.’s Guild of Travel Management Companies is sparring with the Lufthansa Group (LHG) over whether its member carriers are losing share among British business travelers.

AA Completes Rollout of Paid Seat Option in Sabre GDS

American and Sabre are connecting via XML using IATA’s New Distribution Capability (NDC) standard.

Three Questions, with Amadeus’ Ilia Kostov

In the latest installment in our popular 3Q series, TMR asked three questions of Amadeus North America’s Ilia Kostov, chief commercial officer for airline IT.

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