During Sabre’s fourth quarter and full year 2014 earnings call, Klein said the company’s fourth quarter was “soft.” Although Sabre’s airline and hospitality solutions business was buoyed by “strong execution and customer growth,” with a revenue increase of 13.5%, the Travel Network side of the house experienced “headwinds” that led to a slight drop in revenue of 1.4%. Among the factors that affected Sabre Travel Network’s performance were the pricing impact of the merger of American Airlines and US Airways and the decline in travel in Venezuela. Many airlines have stopped serving the country, whose aviation market is nothing short of a mess, and the decline has affected Sabre more than other GDS companies due to its 60% market share in Venezuela. “I don’t see a recovery in sight there, given what’s going on with the government,” Klein said. Get the full story at Travel Market Report Read also "Sabre releases fourth quarter, full year 2014 results" at TravelPulse