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May 16, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

Seven days without the option? No, British Airways Plc is not up before the beak, but it does have its day in court tomorrow, to answer charges brought by American Airlines that it operates its Travicom air reservations service for travel agents in such a way as to exploit and perpetuate an effective monopoly position in the UK market in violation of the free competition agreements contained in the Treaty of Rome; British Air asserts that Travicom is strictly neutral, providing access to the flights of 49 subscribing airlines – and to American’s Sabre reservation system.

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