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…]

Scalability is Key to Driving Adoption of New Distribution Capability Standards

Skift Take: When it comes to implementing and adopting the New Distribution Capability standards for airline retailing, there needs to be a strong focus on enabling scalability, across the entire retailing, distribution, and fulfillment process. — Read the Complete Story On Skift

Sabre Hunts for More Tech Deals to Overcome Sales Slump

A Sabre conference room at its headquarters in Southlake, Texas. Sabre reported its quarterly earnings on Thursday. The travel technology company based in Southlake, Texas, saw continued growth in distribution. Sabre Skift Take: Sabre’s management must have seen this quarter’s sales slowdown coming. After all, the company’s prior management had underspent in the research and … [Read more…]

Sabre Will See Revenue Fallout From Jet Airways Collapse and 737 Max Grounding

Sabre expects to take a financial hit because the FAA has grounded all Boeing 737 Max jets in the United States, and carriers around the world have done likewise. Pictured is a United Airlines Boeing 737 Max 9. United Airlines Skift Take: Sabre is engaged in a tough but necessary technology transition. Beyond the system … [Read more…]