After 11-year legal fight, American Airlines awarded just $1

Friday, May 20, 2022 0

After a long, drawn-out legal battle with Sabre Corp.,US Airways, now under American Airlines, won a partial victory. However, a U.S. District Court jury were unimpressed with its claim for $300 million in damages. It was awarded just $1.

It found Sabre’s anticompetitive practices didn’t cause American financial harm.

American had originally won a $15 million award in a 2016 trial which was overturned on appeal.

 

  

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