A view of a conference room at the headquarters of travel technology company Sabre in Southlake, Texas. Sabre

Skift Take: This decision is no surprise. The world has changed a lot since November 2018, when Sabre first proposed buying travel tech vendor Farelogix. Actions by antitrust watchdogs in the UK and the U.S. delayed the deal’s approval. Then coronavirus hurt Sabre’s finances.

— Sean O’Neill

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