Federal regulators are weighing whether to make airlines reveal prices for baggage and other fees to online sellers like Orbitz and Expedia.
Some airlines are making travelers work a little bit harder to find a good deal. Carriers are offering more deals to passengers who book flights directly on their websites.
American Airlines says the government is investigating whether ticket-distribution systems are violating federal antitrust laws.
Orbitz said that it will vigorously defend itself against a lawsuit filed by American Airlines, a dispute over commissions.
Greyhound is teaming up with the Expedia Affiliate Network in a deal that will allow it to offer hotel rooms on its website.
American Airlines says it’s talking to Orbitz and Expedia about resuming the listing of American flights on the travel websites.
Expedia has stopped selling tickets on American Airlines flights, the latest twist in a simmering pricing dispute.
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