Sabre Corporation


Sabre indicates "modest" recovery signs but air bookings still slammed
Sabre indicates "modest" recovery signs but air bookings still slammed
By Kevin May | June 25, 2020
"The environment remains uncertain, with reductions in airline capacity and a volatile macro environment," Sabre says in an unscheduled update to investors this week. Read More
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Accelya swoops in to buy Farelogix
Accelya swoops in to buy Farelogix
By Kevin May | June 16, 2020
Accelya has pounced to buy Farelogix just six weeks after Sabre pulled out an existing plan to acquire the company, first announced in November 2018 and for $360 million. No terms are... Read More
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Sabre realigns business units amid 800 layoffs
Sabre realigns business units amid 800 layoffs
By Jamie Biesiada - Travel Weekly | June 5, 2020
Further details about the organization and its leadership team will be announced in July, when a new structure goes into place. Read More
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InPhocus, episode 11 - An opportunity for NDC post-coronavirus
InPhocus, episode 11 - An opportunity for NDC post-coronavirus
By PhocusWire | May 21, 2020
Norm Rose, a Phocuswright analyst and veteran travel technology consultant, thinks the reset phase that airlines currently find themselves in will accelerate NDC as a standard (and more) in aviation. Read More
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Lufthansa Group airlines to be removed from Sabre as pair fail to reach distribution agreement
By Linda Fox | May 14, 2020
Lufthansa and Sabre have been wrangling over distribution costs since 2015 - now the group's airlines are to be removed from the latter's global distribution system. Read More
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InPhocus, episode 10 - Farelogix tells all on the failed Sabre deal
InPhocus, episode 10 - Farelogix tells all on the failed Sabre deal
By PhocusWire | May 14, 2020
PhocusWire's Kevin May talks to Jim Davidson, CEO of Farelogix, to get his take on the entire story, including the background to the deal, the court case, the decision to nix the acquisition two weeks... Read More
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Sabre notes "massive challenge to the industry" as revenues slump by a third
Sabre notes "massive challenge to the industry" as revenues slump by a third
By Kevin May | May 8, 2020
The coronavirus outbreak has hit Sabre across all of its metrics, with revenue down from $1.05 billion in Q1 2019 to $659 million in the same period in 2020. Read More
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Sabre and Farelogix $360M merger deal cancelled
By Mitra Sorrells | May 1, 2020
Sabre and Farelogix are ending their plans to merge after a U.K. ruled against the deal. Read More
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U.K. regulator blocks Sabre acquisition of Farelogix
U.K. regulator blocks Sabre acquisition of Farelogix
By Linda Fox | April 9, 2020
The U.K.'s Competition & Markets Authority has blocked Sabre's acquisition of Farelogix, citing concerns around innovation in the space. Read More
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Sabre wins first U.S. stage of Farelogix acquisition antitrust case
Sabre wins first U.S. stage of Farelogix acquisition antitrust case
By Kevin May | April 8, 2020
The U.S. Department of Justice launched its lawsuit in August last year, claiming the deal would eliminate competition that has, so far, "substantially benefited airlines and consumers." Read More
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Investors on travel survivors, pent-up demand and bailouts
By Linda Fox | April 2, 2020
Seeking Alpha asked some of its marketplace authors to comment on the outlook for travel stocks, the likelihood of travel returning to pre-coronavirus levels and the segments that might come... Read More
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Could addiction to debt come back to haunt some online travel companies?
By Steven Lerner | March 25, 2020
If revenue drops due to COVID-19, past debt will make it more challenging for online travel companies to survive economic obstacles. Read More
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Digital travel brands want the same bailouts from governments as hotels and airlines
Digital travel brands want the same bailouts from governments as hotels and airlines
By Kevin May | March 24, 2020
A lobbying organization, which includes the likes of Amadeus, Travelport, Booking.com, Expedia Group, Skyscanner, Tripadvisor and eDreams ODIGEO as members, says the COVID-19 outbreak is hitting the... Read More
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Calm before the coronavirus storm - recap of latest online travel earnings
By Steven Lerner | March 23, 2020
We've updated PhocusWire's visual history of online travel company revenues to include the most recent quarter. Read More
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Sabre makes $200M in cuts to offset coronavirus impact
Sabre makes $200M in cuts to offset coronavirus impact
By Kevin May | March 20, 2020
The cuts range from offering voluntary unpaid leave, severance and early retirement to staff across the world to scaling back its third-party contracting and vendor costs. Read More
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