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AMR Set To Spin Off Sabre As Separate Subsidiary
AA, Sabre State Antitrust Case Opens
Sabre Again Restructures Units
Hannigan Takes Sabre Helm
DOT Charges AA With Unfair Competition
November 30, 2012 - 12:00 PM ET
The court overseeing AMR Corp.'s bankruptcy reorganization this week approved an agreement between American Airlines and Sabre to settle two lawsuits.
U.S. Bank is putting its money where its
technology is thriving. The bank has made a two-year, multimillion-dollar
investment to upgrade its Access Online commercial card management system and
mobile app. It also restructured earlier this year, switching from a
product-specific operations model to a customer-specific one. Mary Miklethun, head
of commercial card product and marketing for large market and public sector,
those changes, tech investments and her newest responsibilities. An edited
Despite protests from the Big Three U.S.
carriers, Emirates plans to add flights to established U.S. routes and open a
new one to Orlando later this year. In an interview with BTN
transportation editor Michael B. Baker, Emirates vice president of U.S. sales
Matthias Schmid said the United States remains the carrier's “key strategic
growth market” and that added capacity enables Emirates to make a stronger play
for American corporate business large and small. An edited transcript of the
Pledges of capacity control rang across the
three largest U.S. airlines' first-quarter earnings calls, and analysts buy it
as a long-term trend.
With corporate travel demand flying high, strong
supplier markets and a comparatively...