US Dept. of Transportation released its expected ruling Friday eliminating the prohibition on airlines that own, control or operate computer reservations systems from denying access "to two or more carriers whose flights share a single designator code and discriminating against any carrier because the carrier uses the same designator code as another carrier." DOT said its rationale hinged on changes in the industry. It said the rise in Internet distribution is "reducing the [GDS] market ...

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