American Airlines has been awarded $5.1 million by a US federal jury in an antitrust lawsuit against global distribution system provider Sabre, a total that will be tripled to $15.3 million under the terms of US antitrust law. The case stems to a lawsuit filed in 2011 by Phoenix-based US Airways, which merged with Dallas/Fort Worth-based American in 2013. In the lawsuit, filed in April 2011, US Airways said Sabre had “engaged in a pattern of exclusionary conduct to shut out ...

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