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How Aerolineas Argentinas is Cutting Costs by Revising Old Contracts

A few weeks ago, at the presentation of Aerolineas Argentinas' financial statements, it was mentioned that, in the effort to rationalize expenses, the company had renegotiated a contract with Sabre for the provision and maintenance of the GDS (Global Distribution System) suite. This contract is a long-standing legacy of American Airlines. In 1998, AA bought 10 percent of AR and virtually ran Aerolineas for nine months, while it sought investors. American eventually pulled out in 2000, after its $200 million…