FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) — American Airlines Group Inc. said Monday that it would use travel-technology company Sabre to develop a single reservations system under American's merger with US Airways . Financial terms were not disclosed. American said that the development of a single reservation system would be a milestone in the process of combining the two airlines, which merged last month but will operate separately — each with its own reservations system — for up to two years. Shares of Fort Worth -based American fell 12 cents to $30.28 in afternoon trading. Sabre, based in Southlake, Texas , is privately held.
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