Court Ruling Revives a US Airways Antitrust Case Against Sabre

A U.S. Airways jet departs Washington’s Reagan National Airport next to American Airlines jets outside Washington, February 25, 2013. Reuters Skift Take: A federal appeals court has asked for a partial do-over in antitrust litigation between US Airways and travel tech firm Sabre. After more than eight years and millions of dollars in expenses, the … [Read more…]

American stops flying to Venezuela

Amid the civil unrest taking place in Venezuela, American Airlines is joining other major US airlines in suspending service to the country. Normally, the airline flies twice daily between Caracas and Miami, and once between Maracaibo and Miami. The decision came after the Allied Pilots Association (APA), a union group for American Airlines Pilots, began … [Read more…]

Airlines, Hotels and Other Brands Are Tired of Paying Google for Their Own Names

Attendees watch a presentation during a Google Inc. 20th anniversary event in San Francisco, California, U.S. David Paul Morris / Bloomberg Skift Take: Google risks alienating users if it doesn’t deliver the best results. As it seeks to maximize revenue on search results the “best results” aren’t always what would be best for users. — … [Read more…]