News from Travel Technology Update:  American Airlines and Sabre Travel Network called a truce, putting their litigation on hold until June 1. The companies said they will “begin work shortly in an effort to reach a new agreement.” In addition, they will “return to operating as they were prior to Jan. 5.” On Jan. 5, Sabre began biasing American’s displays in the U.S. and most of the rest of the world (it was prohibited from doing so in Canada and the ...

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