AA assures content will remain on Sabre

first_imgSource = e-Travel Blackboard: N.J American Airlines (AA) is doing “everything within its control” to keep its full content on Sabre as its contract with Sabre reaches its expiration date on 31 August.A statement from AA assured agents that Sabre has agreed in court to not take any action against AA before 6 September and the US based carrier expects to reach an agreement to keep its content available on the site past the agreed date.“American is in discussions with Sabre regarding a potential successor to the existing full content amendment to our underlying participation agreement,” global sales vice president Derek DeCross said.“Should American’s full content amendment expire without a successor, American believes it has a contractual right to continue participating in Sabre, and American would commit to provide you with uninterrupted access to the same full content you receive today without imposing surcharges, while we continue to work toward a revised agreement with Sabre.”Mr DeCross added that the airline is working to prevent Sabre from removing its content that would cause “harm… [to] its subscribers”.“In the meantime, we thank you for your continued support of American during this time of uncertainty,” he concluded.  “We look forward to an end to the uncertainty, whether by agreement with Sabre, or the ultimate decision in the courts.  “Until then, we assure you that American will continue to do everything within its control to ensure your continuous access to our full content.”last_img read more