Air Astana Wins Injunction Against Amadeus in Spanish Civil Court

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Friday, 4 February 2011

On 6 January 2011, Amadeus served Air Astana a notice for termination of distribution services effective 21 January 2011, based on an alleged breach of contract.

Air Astana immediately contested the alleged breach, asking Amadeus to withdraw the termination notice.

Consequently, Air Astana started a legal process against Amadeus by filing for an injunction against Amadeus actions in the Spanish Civil Court.

Then, on Thursday, 3 February 2011, the Spanish did not uphold Amadeus action, and granted an injunction in favour of Air Astana.

The court has required Amadeus to reinstate its services with immediate effect. As a result of Air Astanas successful court action, it will once again be possible for Air Astana flights to be booked and ticketed worldwide through Amadeus.

In a statement issued by the airline, Air Astana said it "would like to apologise to its agents and customers for the inconvenience faced during the period that Amadeus terminated its services based on an alleged breach."

See also: Amadeus Terminates Services to Air Astana Based on Disputed Breach

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