Jury Awards US Airways $15M In Sabre Antitrust Trial

Law360, New York (December 20, 2016, 4:14 PM EST) -- A federal jury in Manhattan on Tuesday awarded US Airways $15 million after finding that trip-planning giant Sabre Inc. restrained trade by forcing unfavorable contract terms on the airline, but found Sabre did not conspire with other firms not to compete for better airline fares.

Sabre will have to pay more than $15 million to US Airways, which merged with American Airlines in 2013, after a federal jury found it unreasonably restrained trade. (AP) The jury decided to hold Sabre liable for just over $5 million, but the company will have to pay more than $15 million because antitrust awards are...

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