American Airlines and Expedia reach an agreement on listings

American Airlines and Expedia resolved their dispute and are restoring the airline's fares to the online travel agency. "This is good news for both organizations," said Henry Harteveldt, a travel analyst at Forrester Research. "The good news for Expedia is that it has obviously regained the inventory of one of the largest airlines. And the good news for American is that it regained access to a travel agency that in 2010 accounted for more than 5% of its sales." American remains in a similar dispute with Orbitz Worldwide.

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