Reactions to United's decision to cap travel agent commissions at $100 on tickets for international travel booked from the U.S. ranged from surprise to combativeness friday and prompted vows to seek legal intervention. Air New Zealand's U.S. and Canadian regional managers said they were surprised and have no plans to follow suit. ANZ, a future member of United's Star Alliance, said it "will continue to monitor the market and will keep agents informed of its commission policies." Its ...

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