This week’s deal between American Airlines and Expedia settled the distribution dispute between the carrier and online travel agency but it leaves many unanswered questions about the broader distribution war between the airline and third-party sellers of its product. American, for example, still is negotiating with the Sabre global distribution system for an agreement to end their dispute and avoid a potentially lengthy and costly court battle, which has been put on hold until at least ...
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