Sabre and American Dispute On Hold

American Airlines and Sabre have agreed to put the litigation between the two companies on hold until June 1, 2011.

In a statement, American said it and Sabre would begin work shortly in an effort to reach a new agreement. Both parties will return to operating as they had prior to Jan. 5, 2011, in terms of Sabre displays, American Airlines content and economic terms.

Officials at American Airlines and Sabre said they would not have any further comment on the situation at present.

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