Orbitz, a Chicago-based online travel company that sells through Orbitz.com, ebookers.com, CheapTickets.com and other sites, said Friday that consumers should be able to see American fares on its sites very soon. American, in a statement, said it entered into a letter of intent with Orbitz earlier Friday. The Fort Worth, Texas, company said it is working with Orbitz toward final agreement based on that letter. American said customers who want to change reservations on its tickets bought through Orbitz sites should contact the online travel company. For the past few days, American, on its aa.com homepage, ran a big headline that read, "You won't find our fares on Orbitz" and linked to a statement about the change and a lengthy Q&A for customers. Get the full story at the Wall Street Journal Read also "Why hotels may want to think twice about an OTA boycott"