American Airlines

American Airlines Inc. and Expedia have resolved their struggle through the system for their cheap airline flights in a matter of plane tickets. The two companies announced on Monday that it had reached a new agreement for Fort Worth, American Airlines headquartered in (NYSE: AMR) and flights of American Eagle will be searched and sold on web sites of Expedia and Hotwire. Although the terms of the agreement were not disclosed, Expedia plans for access to American tariff, schedules and custom products and travel services through the link of direct connection of America through the use of technology of aggregation. Expedia (NASDAQ: Zaragoza) pulled out of American flights on your trips online website in January in a dispute over the direct connection of the American technology of tickets for sale. Expedia and its affiliates, Hotwire, restored American Airlines fares and schedule information on their web sites, putting an end to a three-month dispute. Expedia dropped American of its lists, in a preventive measure in January last after the American pulled out its Orbitz flight information, when the companies failed to agree on a new contract. Original author and source of the article.

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