American Airlines has announced that it will use travel-technology company Sabre to develop a single reservations system under the carrier’s merger with US Airways.
American Airlines has settled lawsuits against Sabre in a fight over who would control distribution of information about flights and fares. The settlement was announced Wednesday.
More than a hundred volunteers stepped away from their desk jobs, rolled up their sleeves, and went to work on a North Texas ranch, Tuesday. Executives and employees at Southlake-based Sabre Industries kicked off their “Give Time Together” campaign, by volunteering at Rocky Top Ranch and Therapy Center in Keller.
Fort Worth- based American Airlines has escalated its legal fight with a leading ticket-reservations system by accusing Sabre Holdings Corp. of organizing a boycott of American by travel agents.
American Airlines is suing Sabre to stop the company from downplaying American flights in displays that it provides to travel agents.