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November 24, 1987

Texas Air Corp.'s System One Direct Access Inc. affiliate, which sells a computer-reservation system to travel agents, said it sued American Airlines for violating antitrust laws. System One charged that American had engaged in a plan to exclude System One and other reservation systems from the marketplace. American owns Sabre, the largest computer reservation system in the country. In its complaint, filed in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas, System One described what it called a systematic pattern of actions undertaken by American since 1984 to unlawfully inhibit competition

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