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US Airways, Inc. v. Sabre Holdings Corporation; Sabre Inc.; Sabre Travel International Limited

2011-CV-2725 - United States District Court - Southern District of New York - Sections 4 and 16 of the Clayton Act

April 21, 2011

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The result of Sabre’s conduct has been a massive distortion of competition that harms consumer and airline welfare through higher prices, lower quantity, less choice, and reduced innovation relative to what would have existed if Sabre had not foreclosed competition on the merits. Until Sabre’s anticompetitive conduct is halted, Sabre’s antiquated and inefficient technological systems will dominate, enabling Sabre to extract exorbitant fees from US Airways and other airlines – fees that have resulted in an increase in the cost of airline travel, to the detriment of all travelers.

Counsel: Cadwalader Wickersham & Taft, Charles Rule, 202-862-2200


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